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I Am a Bunny (A Golden Sturdy Book) Board book – January 13, 2004
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"I am a bunny. My name is Nicholas. I live in a hollow tree.
In the spring, Nicholas likes to sniff the flowers, and in the summer, watch the frogs in the pond. In the fall, he watches the animals getting ready for winter, and in winter, watches the snow falling from the sky. This beautifully illustrated, gentle story is one of Golden's most beloved titles.
About the Author
OLE RISOM was one of the most influential publishers of mass-market books for children. He was vice president and art director of Golden Books at Western Publishing from 1952-1972, and then vice president and associate publisher of the juvenile division of Random House from 1972 to 1990. He worked closely with RICHARD SCARRY over the years at both houses.
Generations of children around the world have grown up spending hours poring over books by the late RICHARD SCARRY filled with all the colorful details of their daily lives. No other illustrator has shown such a lively interest in the words and concepts of early childhood. Scarry began his career at Golden Books in the 1940s, and he remains one of the world's best-loved children's book creators EVER! He was posthumously awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from The Society of Illustrators in 2012.
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Top Customer Reviews
I love the board book format--much sturdier than the paper Golden Book I grew up with. My son is beginning to pick this book up more and more, and I hope it becomes one of his favorites. I don't think I will ever tire of reading it.
We also have been using this book to help learn baby signs, such as "Flowers", "Trees", "Leaves", and then giving him "butterfly kisses" on the butterfly page, (which he loves), imitating frogs, and taking a deep breath and blowing dandy lion seeds (another favorite of his).
He has a blue blanket like the bunny at the end of the book, and this is a great book with timeless illustrations by the fabulous Richard Scarry. I.am so glad we got this!
This was my favorite as a wee lad of 2 or 3 years old and holds a special place in my heart to this day. It's just beautiful in every way. I pestered my mother to read it to me over and over and over and over again. One day, after reading it through half a dozen times or more, when I asked her to start again, she said she was getting tired of reading it. Her not wanting to read my favorite book to me anymore really hurt my feelings, but I didn't show it. I told her I would read it myself then. "Oh, yeah?" she chuckled, thinking I wasn't old enough to read yet. "Okay. Here, you do it." She gave me the book. The pressure was on. I nervously turned the first page. "I am a Bunny. My name is Nicholas. I live in a hollow tree." So far, so good. A few pages later, she was stunned. I was actually reading it! But the pressure to prove that I didn't need her to read my favorite book was getting to me. I cracked and mixed up two of the pages. The bluff was exposed. I didn't actually know how to read, I had memorized it.
I gave this book to my brother for his daughter, my niece. Then I didn't hear from him for awhile. I called him up. "Hey, how does Alyssa like that I Am A Bunny book?" Exasperated he said, "Ugh! That's all she wants to read. That's it. Nothing else. I say hey, how about we read this one? Nope. She wants the Bunny book. Non-stop." I laughed. And laughed. And laughed. These days, I give this book to everyone else with small children. For some reason, "everyone else" now hates me.
As has been mentioned in other reviews, I wish this wasn't printed in China. Earlier printings of this book are better quality and have better color, but for $5 you're still getting your money's worth.