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Bunnies Are a Lot Like You and Me is a children’s educational animal picture book written by Christina Graham. Graham thinks that bunnies are really special and the reason is bound to surprise her readers. Mostly, they’ll see the soft, floppy ears and little twitchy nose, and all that fur. So, how are they really like you and me? Simple. Most of them have blue or brown eyes, and they like to eat good food. Rabbits come in all sizes, just like people. Some are big, some are quite small, and they are either girls or boys. They have feelings just like people do. Sometimes they’re happy and at other times they’re sad or want to be left alone. Most important of all, they need to be cared for, given attention and loved, just like people do.
Christina Graham’s children’s animal picture book, Bunnies Are a Lot Like You and Me, is a charming and informative book about rabbits. It’s filled with gorgeous illustrations of bunnies and gives the reader a good idea of what rabbits look like and how they behave. This marvelous storybook teaches kids that animals are living beings with feelings. It shows them how to understand the moods of their pets, to respect them, and give them the love and care they need. Graham’s story is perfect for small children who live in a house where there are, or will be, pets. Showing children how their pets are just like them is an important first step for raising responsible young animal companions. Graham shares this important lesson in an amusing, interesting and informative story that’s perfect for storytime, especially if a new animal is going to be introduced into the household. Bunnies Are a Lot Like You and Me is highly recommended.