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Rhyming Dust Bunnies PDF Print E-mail

What You Need to Know:
• This picture book will have young readers belly laughing.
• The bright colors, humorous story, rhyming language make this a story that begs to be read aloud, but not before
   bed - it's just too much fun and will just energize your little ones.
• Be sure to explain what a dust bunny is before reading, preferably showing them one. And if you have none to show,
   I think you might be spending entirely too much time cleaning:). Put the vacuum down and read more is my motto!
Sweet Book Summary:
The dust bunnies are a fun group who like to have a good time. They are brightly colored and friendly. During an amusing game of rhyming, Bob just can't follow the lesson. Ed, Ned and Ted all know a word that rhymes with car, but Bob just says , "LOOK!". Frankly, Bob can't seem to rhyme much at all and always wants to say "LOOK".

Well, as you can imagine, in this "Who's on First" adventure, Bob is warning them first about a broom and finally a VACUUM CLEANER! ARGHHH. Your young ones will be entranced by this entertaining story and wonder why Ed, Ned and Ted just aren't getting it! Nothing tickles a pre-schooler more when they can plainly see what's going to happen, and the characters can't. Thank you to our children's librarian here in town, who introduced my five year old (and me!) to this terrific tale.
Author: Jan Thomas Illustrator: Jan Thomas Published: 2009, 40 pages
Themes: Humor, Rhyming Language, Excellent Read-Aloud, Exquisite Illustrations
If You Liked This Book, Try:
Scaredy Squirrel, Melanie Watt
Elephant and Piggie: I am Going!, Mo Willems
Visitor for Bear, Bonny Becker
This recommendation was written by: Melissa Y.

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