18th April 2016

Parragon Book Buddies, Hippity Hoppity Little Bunny

Being a Parragon Book Buddy is great and we get to read a look at some lovely books. This month we were treated to another finger book, which my 19 month old loves.

The book is called Hippity Hoppity Little Bunny. Follow the adventures of Little Bunny to find all the eggs along the way.

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At the back of the book you can out you fingers inside the bunny puppet and wiggle him about. Both of my kids love this. Little man can do this himself however Bubs is a bit young just yet but loves the book being read to him.

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The pages are very thick board and you would really struggle to bend them as they are so strong. I love that each page is so bright and colourful and there is a lot to talk about on each page.

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The book is 6 pages long with about 10 words on every other page. It is a short story but perfect for the very little ones who lose concentration easily.

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9 responses to “Parragon Book Buddies, Hippity Hoppity Little Bunny”

  1. Harriet Lee says:

    This looks like a great interactive book for little ones!! Very cute xxx

  2. We have a board book similar to this about baa baa black sheep. Rosalie loves the little sheep puppet xx

  3. We have the Ba ba black sheep one, they are so sweet! H x

  4. Oana says:

    So cute, we are in the Parragon book buddy team too and Emma loves the book she gets each month, great fun!

  5. this looks so cute. Finger puppets are always a winner – my daughter is baffled by them haha x

  6. Zoe Forde says:

    Such a cute little Easter themed book. I love the interactive side of it too 🙂

  7. Tanita says:

    Parragon do some great books. This books looks great x

  8. We’ve had some of these little finger books too, they’re lovely, aren’t they? Perfect for babies and toddlers x

  9. Aw we are always on the hunt for new books and this one looks fab! There’s something special about a new book for sure. This one looks like it would be good at holding your child’s attention with its interactiveness 🙂 x

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