About the Book, Author and Illustrator
The Bunny who came for Breakfast is a really fun and imaginative tale about one bunny’s adventures with an excitable little boy.
It’s the perfect Spring tale for preschoolers and children just starting to read because the rhyming words make it really memorable and lovely to listen to.
it is really funny
Anna: I love the Bunny who came to breakfast because it is really funny. My favourite character is the cute, white bunny because he eats eggs and I thought they ate carrots. My favourite bit is when the bunny smells the chocolate eggs. The other characters, the Grandad and the boy are very excited to meet the bunny. The Grandad is very nice because he makes pancakes and this made me think of pancake day. I like the pictures because they are so beautiful and cute. The story is happy and exciting. I would recommend this book to my friends because they would like it so much.
Mum says: I love the warmth between the Grandad and his Grandchild in the book as it is a lovely nod to the important role they play in children’s lives. The illustrations are bright and eye-catching making it a story my little girl will want to keep coming back to. I love that the author has taken inspiration for its title from Judith Kerr’s beloved The Tiger who came to Tea.
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- Name: Anna
- Age: 4 years
- Likes: Sparkly things, chocolate, princesses and ballet
- Dislikes: Gravy and cabbage
- Favourite book: You Choose Fairy Tales by Nick Sharratt and Pippa Goodhart
- Favourite song: Shake it Off by Taylor Swift