Sometimes even good bunnies forget to use their manners. With her expressive bunny faces and playful rhymes, Anna Dewdney reminds readers that bad bunnies scratch, bite, burp, and slurp, while good bunnies give hugs, say please, and never tease. This perfect first manners book is already enjoyed by older children everywhere, and now toddlers can learn to be good bunnies, too!
Human Development Degree, Book-loving aunt
This book is all about learning manners and being polite--saying please and thank you, sharing, and using your words. The only thing I don't love about this book is that the first half is about "bad" bunnies who behave the opposite--not sharing, biting, fighting, etc. I don't love the idea of saying the actual bunnies are bad.