Fiction | 12 February 2016Dear Bunny ? Valentines Special ? Share article facebook twitter google pinterest Dear Bunny is one of those picture books that really and truly gave me a huge sense of nostalgia when I read it. As a child I too had my very own ‘Bunny’ – also called Bunny – whose ears I used to suck (gross now that I think of it really) and although I didn’t have a dark bob like the little girl in the book, I definitely had the same hairstyle! Basically, when I picked this up, I was pretty much transported back to that childhood time rarely thought of that makes you feel all warm and sometimes slightly wobbly inside. Anyway, enough about my personal nostalgia, here are the ways this book will speak to all children and adults who have had that special relationship with a toy, book or whatever it was you held on to at night… The premise for this book is quite simple; a little girl writing a letter to her toy bunny rabbit. From here, we are guided through a little girl’s day, eating breakfast in the morning playing outside with lots of friends (and Bunny of course!) going on adventures to the zoo and finally (after lots more adventures of course) bedtime. This is a great storybook which looks at the way children experience their days, touching on a variety of activities as and when they occur, not worrying about the future of what may happen. A perfect companion for anytime of the day (not just bedtime!) and a book you will never tire of reading. Author: Katie Cotton Illustrator: Bianca Gomez Format: Paperback ISBN: 9781847807649 Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children’s Books Buy from an online retailer: US: UK: Share article facebook twitter google pinterest If you have any comments on this article please contact us or get in touch via social media.