Children LOVE bunnies. What is not to love about these adorable little critters! Cute, cuddly, jumping around, oozing energy – just the like kids themselves. The books with rabbit characters always end up in the favorite list of kids easily. Here is a list of bunny books for babies, kindergarteners to middle graders.
And of course, there is always The Velveteen Rabbit and The Tale of Peter Rabbit for all.
25 Adorable Children’s Books About Bunnies & Rabbits
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Bunny Books for babies & Toddlers
I Love You, Funny Bunny
is suitable for a cuddle time with the little bunny of yourself. A mother bunny describes all the things she loves about her child bunny. When the bunny hops or wiggles its nose!
The book is full of love. The pictures are equally adorable. (Ages 1-3 years)
is an introduction to bunnies for toddlers. Kids would learn about many things bunnies do during the day. Munch, hop, scrub, run – kids would just love to imitate all the bunny actions.
Good early age nonfiction book. (Ages baby-3 years)
The Magic Bunny
is for the bunny-loving kids. In rhyming tone, this fictional story talks about how a bunny gives kids company all along. Even at night when the child is sleeping!
A wonderful book to read before kissing your child goodnight. (Ages1-3 years)
Bunny Books For Preschool & Kindergarten
It’s Not Easy Being a Bunny
is a humorous read-aloud about a bunny who has had enough of being a bunny! P.J. Funnybunny does not want to eat any more cooked carrots. And does not like his big ears also.
So, he sets out to find out who he can be. How about a bird, bear? The bunny ends up discovering that he likes what he is. The board book version is perfect for a baby\toddler read-aloud (Ages 2-5 years)
The Runaway Bunny
shows a mother bunny’s love for her child. The mother knows that her child needs to run away and be independent. But she reassures her child, that she would always watch over and make sure he is safe.
The classic story with the beautiful message has been loved by generations of kids. Go on the nostalgic trip with your child. (Ages 2-4 years)
is the perfect book to teach alphabets to a bunny-loving toddler, preschooler. The book has words with each alphabet in a sing-song rhyme.
Even parents would enjoy reading this book again and again. Kids would love to track the little bunny through alphabets. (Ages 2-5 years)
How to Catch the Easter Bunny
is the perfect book for any child’s Easter hamper. An Easter Bunny is talking about all kinds of traps you can set to catch the elusive bunny. It is a fun read with whimsical pictures.
Up the fun quotient by building a STEAM trap with your child to catch the Easter Bunny. (Ages 2-5 years)
Bunny in the Middle
is a book you want to read to your middle child. In an adorable way, the book describes the values position, and love the middle child in the family holds.
The pictures are super cute. This picture book is about self-acceptance. (Ages 3-6 years)
P. J. Funnybunny Camps Out
is a book for beginner-level readers. P.J. and his friends are camping. They don’t want the girls – Donna and Honey bunny with them.
But the mysterious ghost appears at night. And the frightened boys run home. Do the girls have something to do with that! A cute story with a subtle message about equality. (Ages 4-6 years)
Beginner Reader Books
Fancy Nancy and the Missing Easter Bunny
is the perfect easter story for small kids. Nibbles the bunny goes missing before the Easter egg hunt. Now it is up to Nancy to find the missing bunny.
We are fans of Fancy Nancy books. The books portray a loving family with a kind young protagonist. (Ages 4-8 years)
Super Rabbit Boy Powers Up!
King Viking is determined to defeat Super Rabit Boy. The only way to do this is to go to the secret Land and get the legendary Superpower. BUt can the Rabbity boy reach there earlier and get the power himself?
A funny and entertaining book with short chapters. (Ages 6-8 years)
Rabbit & Bear: Attack of the Snack
is the 3rd book from the series of Rabbit & Bear. Their peaceful summer is disturbed when a mysterious creature lands near the lake. What hideous creature it is! And just like that their best day has turned into a worst one.
Read this book to learn about giving friendship a chance. Even when you meet someone new, who is so much different! A good book for kids at the start of the school year. (Ages 6-8 years)
Saving the Countryside: The Story of Beatrix Potter and Peter Rabbit
This motivational story narrates the life of an extraordinary woman – Beatrix Potter.
The picture book beautifully captures her talent, scientific inclination, caring nature, entrepreneurship.
At a time, when women were not allowed many things, she set the example. Girls would relate to the book more. (Ages 4-8 years)
Chapter Books About Rabbits
The Rabbit Ate My Homework
is a fun story about a child who is hiding a rabbit in his closet. 7th grader Drew absolutely hates rabbits. Now he is blackmailed by his sister to hide one.
And the rabbit is just creating one trouble after another at school and home. Drew needs to find a way to wiggle out the tricky situation. A hilarious elementary kids book. (Ages 7-11 years)
The Royal Rabbits of London
is the first book for the series. Shylo the rabbit has always been the weakest of his siblings and made fun of. Then Shylo hears an evil plan about the Queen. he must go to London and warn the oral guards.
But can weak and unconfident Shylo achieve this? A fun rabbit adventure book for middle graders. (Ages 8-12 years)
Nonfiction Rabbit Books
Rabbit Crafts & Activities for Kids
- Here is an elaborate Easter Bunny banner that you can make with your kindergartener.
- Make snacks time fun with rabbit theme. Down free Rabbit juice box printable from Early Learning Ideas.
- Make Paper Bag bunny ears with this Meaningful Mama tutorial. The end result is super fun and cute.