Cowboy Bunnies

Cowboy Bunnies When cowboy bunnies wake up early they ride their horses rope cows toss hay and gather round the campfire for a giant sized feast But when the day is over the cowboy bunnies hit the trail headin

  • Title: Cowboy Bunnies
  • Author: Christine Loomis Ora Eitan
  • ISBN: 9780399226250
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When cowboy bunnies wake up early, they ride their horses, rope cows, toss hay, and gather round the campfire for a giant sized feast But when the day is over, the cowboy bunnies hit the trail, heading home to don pajamas, listen to a lullaby and drift off to sleep, dreaming of their big adventure just like lots of children do.Painted entirely on small wooden panels, tWhen cowboy bunnies wake up early, they ride their horses, rope cows, toss hay, and gather round the campfire for a giant sized feast But when the day is over, the cowboy bunnies hit the trail, heading home to don pajamas, listen to a lullaby and drift off to sleep, dreaming of their big adventure just like lots of children do.Painted entirely on small wooden panels, this tour de force is both a sweet bedtime book and an ode to the west with the most contagious rhyme you ve ever heard.

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    810 thoughts on “Cowboy Bunnies”

    1. Parents and children will LOVE this book.The poetry and the illustrations of the Cowboy Bunnies are so funny, sweet and whimsical. Great gift for the jaded toddler and parent that are done with Goodnight moon, goodnight spoon


    2. With a 7 year old and a 4 year old, we've seen just about every board book written. This one is my favorite, hands down.The illustrations are warm and endearing without being cutesy or cloying. Just picture bunnies on their rocking horses roping cattle!The text captures a wonderful western cadence, calling to mind the rhythms and rhymes of cowboy poetry. It's a delight to watch the bunnies work hard and play hard, finally ending with the sweet note of a lullaby as they head to bed.This book is a [...]


    3. This is a very cute and sweet book.This book is absolutely adorable. Love the sunny illustrations, love the storyline, love the rhymes, love how the bunnies go home to their mamas at the end of the day.My nieces don't love it as much as I do, so I took a star off for that. I will note that if you're reading this book aloud it's probably better for the under-4 set - it's probably too short and simple to really hold the attention of older kids, which is my problem with my nieces. There are very fe [...]


    4. The Israeli version of the book has the isbn 0-01150001736-8. I liked the very simple illustrations that evoke a child's imagination. The story follws a child's (rabbit's) imaginary adventure as a cowboy, complete with riding the range, fireside sing alongs and do-si-doos and ends with him being tucked into bed by his mom. The cover of this English version is slightly different form the original, and the change makes no real sense to me- the original was global in its impact.


    5. I want to start by saying that the illustrations are very cool, and the best pet of this book. The story didn't really appeal to me- it was cutesy and quick rhyming but felt very generic, especially against the uniqueness of the illustrations.If you're looking for a cool PICTURE book, this is your guy. If you're looking for a good cowboy story, there are better options.


    6. The art style in this book really struck me. Eitan painted on wood, and for a book focused on ranching, it’s a perfect fit. It’s sweet and ends quietly, a great little book for bedtime. There are a lot of kids’ books about farms, but not many about ranches, so I thought this was a nice contribution.


    7. I really wanted to like this book. But neither the little ones I read to, or myself, enjoyed it very much.The pictures are only so-so. The rhyming text is the only reason it is getting two stars at all.


    8. I read this for story time while I had the group clap a steady beat for me. It worked out perfectly. The rhyme of the story is really simple and having the group clap a beat really got them into the story. Will definitely use again, and also I want it for myself. It's adorable.


    9. A darling picture book of Loomis' "bunny" series. In this text bunnies are cowboys roping cattle, tossing hay, riding ponies and playing fiddles. The short, rhyming text easily lends itself to rhythmic read-alouds. The artwork is playful and looks like scenes painted on a backyard fence.



    10. What a fun little book written for the board book crowd. The text has a great rhyme scheme and flow. What isn't to like about bunnies, who are cowboys?Recommend.





    11. A fun and creatively illustrated poem.Out of 5. Illustrations : 4Content : 5 Originality : 5 Humor : 4Age Level : 0-100


    12. Pretty much the most perfect going to bed book ever ever ever. "Cowboy bunnies, in pajamas, hug and kiss their cowboy mamas."Need I say more?



    13. This story runs through a day of cowboy bunnies who herd wheeled sheep on rocking horses, and come home to be tucked in by their mamas.Really cute, really sweet.



    14. I appreciated the art style, with its allusions to southwestern décor, but I doubt it will engage children as much. Good rhymes, though, so worth checking out.


    15. Sophistocated meter and primitive oil pastel drawings make this board book one adults would also enjoy.Saddle up the western theme.



    16. "steak and taters/corn and cake/bunnies get/a bellyache"I'm pleased that my daughter is now old enough to appreciate this sweet little board book.




    17. Five for the rhymes they were fun.Three for the illustrations I liked that they were sort of painted on a "fence" but I didn't care as much for the color palette.



    18. I liked the fun, lyrical writing, but the illustrations did not grab my son. Perhaps he needs to be a bit older.


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