located in the Curriculum Lab
Anderson, Lonzo. Two Hundred Rabbits. A failure in his efforts to learn something different with which to entertain the king, a boy is guided by an old lady in making a magic whistle that summons one hundred ninety nine marching rabbits. 
Asher, Sandy. Too many frogs! Rabbit's comfortable nightly routine is disturbed by exuberant Froggie, who settles in for a snack and a story without being invited.c2005.
Billam, Rosemary. Fuzzy rabbit in the park. A toy rabbit named Fuzzy has an adventure when he is lost in the park and must find his own way back to his owner. c1986.
Bornstein, Ruth. Rabbit's good news. Rabbit leaves her warm dark burrow and discovers that spring has come. c1995.
Boujon, Claude. Bon appetit! Not fond of carrots, a rabbit investigates the diet of other animals, only to find out that carrots are quite good after all. c1987.
Corey, Dorothy. Will it ever be my birthday? As the seasons pass and he attends his friends' birthday parties, Rabbit waits impatiently for his own birthday to come again. c1986.
Cousins, Lucy. What can rabbit hear? The reader is asked to identify what Rabbit hears outside and inside his home. c1991.
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De Paola, Tomie. TOO MANY BUNNIES. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins and their fifteen children, a rabbit family, work together to plant their garden. c1989.
Eagle, Michael. The marathon rabbit: story and pictures. A rabbit wants to run with the people in a marathon race around the city. c1985.
Fancher, Lou. Margery Williams's The velveteen rabbit: or, How toys become real. Retells the adventures of a stuffed rabbit and how the love of a boy turns him into a real rabbit. c2002.
Friedrich, Priscilla. The Easter bunny that overslept. Having slept past Easter, the Easter bunny tries to distribute his eggs on Mother's Day, the Fourth of July, and Halloween, but no one is interested. At Christmas time it is Santa who gets him back on track. c1987.
Gliori, Debi. FLORA'S BLANKET. Flora, a little rabbit, does not want to sleep without her missing blanket, so her family helps her look for it. c2001.
Horse, Harry. Little Rabbit goes to school. Little Rabbit takes his favorite toy, Charlie Horse, along for his first day of school and when there is trouble, he blames it all on Charlie. c2004.
Horse, Harry. LITTLE RABBIT LOST. On his birthday Little Rabbit thinks that he is now a big rabbit, until he gets lost at the Rabbit World amusement park. 2002.
Kelley, True. A valentine for Fuzzboom. Lima Bean, a lovesick young rabbit, gets up the nerve to send her idol, Fuzzboom, a valentine. c1981.
Kraus, Robert. Phil the ventriloquist. Phil's ability to throw his voice bothers his parents until the night a burglar sneaks into the house. c1989.
Lester, Helen. LISTEN BUDDY. A lop-eared rabbit named Buddy finds himself in trouble with the Scruffy Varmint because he never listens. c1995.
London, Jonathan, Jackrabbit. When a baby jackrabbit's home is destroyed by developers, she is cared for by a human family until she is big enough to live on her own in the wild. c1996.
Loomis, Christine. ASTRO BUNNIES. Astro Bunnies take rockets into space, explore, and return home. c2001.
Loomis, Christine. COWBOY BUNNIES. Little bunnies spend their day pretending to be cowboys: riding their ponies, mending fences, counting cows, eating chow, and singing cowboy tunes until it is time for bed. c1997.
McCarty, Peter. LITTLE BUNNY ON THE MOVE. A little bunny rabbit hurries past five fat sheep, over train tracks, and across an open field on his way to a special destination. C1999.
Minters, Frances. Too big, too small, just right. Two rabbits searching for a new home encounter such opposites as big and small, short and tall, and heavy and light. c2001.
BUDGEE BUDGEE COTTONTAIL This charming tale of adventure is told in verse and features glorious color illustrations of Budgee's encounters with animal friends and foes. c1995.
Murrow, Liza Ketchum. Good-bye, Sammy. A child misses his lost toy rabbit even though his mother buys him a new rabbit. c1989.
Noonan, Julia. Hare & Rabbit: friends forever. Two friends share cleaning their house, a magic mind-reader ring, and a bit of jealousy. c2000.
Quackenbush, Robert M. Funny bunnies on the run. When the lights go out at home, the Bunny family flips every switch with no success until the power returns and the bunnies find themselves in trouble when all the appliances go on at once. c1989.
Pinkwater, Daniel Manus. Bad bears and a bunny: an Irving and Muktuk story. Although they intend to live up to their notorious reputations when they are invited to a fancy hotel party, polar bears Irving and Muktuk end up behaving themselves when a scary bunny shows up. c2005.
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Ratz de Tagyos, Paul. SHOWDOWN AT LONESOME PELLET. Saladin, an unassuming hero who wears a radish hat, delivers the Western coney town of Lonesome Pellet from the obnoxious Pointy Brothers. c1994.
Rey, Margret. Spotty. Having been excluded from a party because his spots make him different, Spotty the bunny runs away from home. c1997.
Roberts, Bethany. Waiting-for-Christmas stories. Papa Rabbit tells his children seven bedtime stories on Christmas Eve. c1994.
Rohmann, Eric. My friend Rabbit. Something always seems to go wrong when Rabbit is around, but Mouse lets him play with his toy plane anyway because he is his good friend. c2002.
Sadler, Marilyn. P.J., the spoiled bunny. P.J. Bunny finally learns that if he wants people to play with him he can't always have his own way. c1986.
Sonnenschein, Harriet. Harold's hideaway thumb. By being diligent and remembering that he is a big bunny now, Harold succeeds in stopping sucking his thumb. c1991.
Steig, William Solomon: the rusty nail. The unusual ability to turn himself into a rusty nail at will leads a young rabbit into serious trouble when he's waylaid by a one-eyed cat who intends to have him for dinner. c1985.
Tompert, Ann. How Rabbit lost his tail. After falling asleep in a willow tree during a snowstorm, Rabbit asks various animals to help him get down, and when he finally follows Squirrel's advice, Rabbit ends up with the short tail he has had ever since. c1997.
Vainio, Pirkko. The best of friends. Despite their physical differences, best friends Hare and Bear laugh together, play together, and share special moments. c2000.
Wahl, Jan. Rabbits on roller skates! Rhymed text and illustrations follow the progress of a group of rabbits on roller skates. c1986.
Wallace, Nancy Elizabeth. Apples, apples, apples. Members of the Rabbit family visit an apple orchard, where they have fun picking apples and discovering their many uses. Includes a recipe for applesauce, directions for a craft activity, and sayings about apples. c2000.
Wallace, Nancy Elizabeth. COUNT DOWN TO CLEAN UP! Rabbits from one to ten get ready to help clean up. c2001.
Wallace, Nancy Elizabeth. Paperwhite. Lucy and Miss Mamie while away the long hours of winter in various ways while waiting for a paperwhite bulb to grow and bring them spring. c2000.
Wallace, Nancy Elizabeth. The Valentine Express. Minna and Pip make Valentine's Day gifts for their neighbors after learning about the history of the holiday at school. c2004.
Walton, Rick. BUNNY DAY: TELLING TIME FROM BREAKFAST TO BEDTIME. A bunny family spends the day together. c2002.
Wells, Rosemary. Bunny money. Max and Ruby spend so much on emergencies while shopping for Grandma's birthday presents, that they just barely have enough money left for gifts. c1997.
Wells, Rosemary. BUNNY PARTY. Max and his big sister Ruby disagree about which of their toys to invite to Grandma's birthday party. c2001.
Wells, Rosemary. Emily's first 100 days of school. Starting with number one for the first day of school, Emily learns the numbers to one hundred in many different ways. c2000.
Wells, Rosemary. Max's chocolate chicken. Max and his sister Ruby go on an egg hunt and vie with each other for the prize--a chocolate chicken. c1989.
Wells, Rosemary. MAX'S CHRISTMAS. Despite his sister Ruby's admonitions, Max waits up on Christmas Eve to see Santa Claus coming down the chimney. c1986.
Wells, Rosemary. Max's dragon shirt. On a shopping trip to the department store, Max's determination to get a dragon shirt leads him away from his distracted sister and into trouble.c1991.
Wells, Rosemary. Read to your bunny. Brief rhyming text and colorful illustrations tell what happens when parents and children share twenty minutes a day reading. 1999, c1997.
Wormell, Christopher. Blue Rabbit and friends. In his search for just the right home, Blue Rabbit helps a bear, a goose, and a dog find the perfect place to live. c2000.
Zolotow, Charlotte. The bunny who found Easter. A lonely rabbit searches for others of his kind from summer through winter until spring arrives and he finds one special bunny.c1998.
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Potter, Beatrix. The Big Peter Rabbit book. c1986.
Lasky, Kathryn. Tumble bunnies. Feeling inept in the team sports scheduledfor his school's Gymboree, Clyde the rabbit develops his own event, a freestyle tumbling routine with a dazzling move called the "twirly burly." c2005.
McMullan, Kate.Pearl and Wagner: three secrets. Pearl and Wagner, a rabbit and a mouse who are best friends, earn about secrets during a trip to an ice cream factory and an amusement park birthday party. c2004
AID 372.7 B942 Bunny rabbit
counters. [kit] Creative Publications [c1989?] 271 counters Rabbit
shaped counters in red, yellow, blue, and green plastic that may be used
for counting, sorting, and grouping. AID 791.5 R113 Rabbit hand
puppet [toy] [1980?] 1 hand puppet: velour, white with pink stomach
and inside ears; black plastic eyes.
AID 372.7 B942
Bunny rabbit counters. [kit] Creative Publications [c1989?] 271 counters Rabbit shaped counters in red, yellow, blue, and green plastic that may be used for counting, sorting, and grouping.
AID 791.5 R113
Rabbit hand puppet [toy] [1980?] 1 hand puppet: velour, white with pink stomach and inside ears; black plastic eyes.
Created by Donna Wallach, March 2006