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Time to tackle the bunny slope! Shake to help Bunny make it snow, tilt to help Bunny ski down the slope, and turn to help Bunny escape a cliff in his path. Is there any obstacle Bunny can't conquer? Bringing grins and guffaws with each turn of the page, readers will find Claudia Rueda's innovative bookmaking as entertaining as the twists and turns of a ski slope—and as satisfying as a Time to tackle the bunny slope! Shake to help Bunny make it snow, tilt to help Bunny ski down the slope, and turn to help Bunny escape a cliff in his path. Is there any obstacle Bunny can't conquer? Bringing grins and guffaws with each turn of the page, readers will find Claudia Rueda's innovative bookmaking as entertaining as the twists and turns of a ski slope—and as satisfying as a cozy cup of hot cocoa.


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Time to tackle the bunny slope! Shake to help Bunny make it snow, tilt to help Bunny ski down the slope, and turn to help Bunny escape a cliff in his path. Is there any obstacle Bunny can't conquer? Bringing grins and guffaws with each turn of the page, readers will find Claudia Rueda's innovative bookmaking as entertaining as the twists and turns of a ski slope—and as satisfying as a Time to tackle the bunny slope! Shake to help Bunny make it snow, tilt to help Bunny ski down the slope, and turn to help Bunny escape a cliff in his path. Is there any obstacle Bunny can't conquer? Bringing grins and guffaws with each turn of the page, readers will find Claudia Rueda's innovative bookmaking as entertaining as the twists and turns of a ski slope—and as satisfying as a cozy cup of hot cocoa.

30 review for Bunny Slopes: (Winter Books for Kids, Snow Children's Books, Skiing Books for Kids)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Alex Baugh

    Bunny really wants to go skiing, but needs some help from his young readers in this interactive story. First of all, there is no snow, so Bunny asks his readers to shake the book to make it snow. Then, he needs the book tilted so he can ski downhill. Finally, everything is perfect, that is, Bunny even manages to avoid a hole in the ground, well, the first one, anyway. The second hole catches Bunny by surprise, but there's an even bigger surprise when he lands in his own bunny hole and his mom ha Bunny really wants to go skiing, but needs some help from his young readers in this interactive story. First of all, there is no snow, so Bunny asks his readers to shake the book to make it snow. Then, he needs the book tilted so he can ski downhill. Finally, everything is perfect, that is, Bunny even manages to avoid a hole in the ground, well, the first one, anyway. The second hole catches Bunny by surprise, but there's an even bigger surprise when he lands in his own bunny hole and his mom has a nice cup of hot cocoa waiting for him - all's well that ends well. Kids will enjoy helping Bunny with his ski day, shaking, tilting, and turning the book around and around. The simple digital and charcoal illustrations in a palette of snow white and icy blue with a touch of red add charm to the story, especially give Bunny's sweet face.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lauri Meyers

    Cute interactive book where reader helps make snow and get a bunny to ski downhill to a satisfying ending.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kris

    Cute interactive picture book. It’s no Press Here, but the inclusion of the bunny is a unique twist.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    Fun interactive book better excellent for the 3-6 yr old group.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Margie

    Children are asked to interact with the book during the story which they will likely find enticing and fun. This would also make a great read-aloud.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Earl

    Fans of Press Here will enjoy helping Bunny ski in this charming interactive book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kid Lit Reviews

    Wearing a bright red scarf, Bunny is ready to tackle the bunny slopes. Bunny slopes are those beginner hills where new skiers learn to ride the hill, take turns, and eventually stop—without falling, tumbling, or crashing. But there is one problem and Bunny needs your help. The bunny slope needs snow. You can help make snow for the bunny slope. Simply pick up the book and shake it back-and-forth. Whoa . . . not too vigorously, you’ll make a blizzard. That’s better, a nice light falling Wearing a bright red scarf, Bunny is ready to tackle the bunny slopes. Bunny slopes are those beginner hills where new skiers learn to ride the hill, take turns, and eventually stop—without falling, tumbling, or crashing. But there is one problem and Bunny needs your help. The bunny slope needs snow. You can help make snow for the bunny slope. Simply pick up the book and shake it back-and-forth. Whoa . . . not too vigorously, you’ll make a blizzard. That’s better, a nice light falling snow. Now Bunny can take to the slope. Ready? Bunny is at the top of the hill. Help him ride it down to the bottom by tilting the book to the right. There he goes. Tilt right, left, right, left . . . Bunny is smiling. He is having so much fu—TURN‼ No-no-no-no-no TURN! OOMPH! Well, who put that . . . Originally reviewed at Kid Lit Reviews. To read the FULL review and see interior illustrations, go to: http://bit.ly/BunnySlopes

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

    This is a fun interactive picture book that reminded me of Press Here.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Pam ☼Because Someone Must Be a Thorn☼ Tee

    ~ review copy provided Cute and clever, BUNNY SLOPES has a lot going for it. For one there is the cute artwork. But more than that I like the chatty, conversational tone that draws kids in. Bunny talks directly to them and even asks kids to interact with the book to help out with the day on the slopes. Children are asked to shake and tap and turn the book to help Bunny out with a day on the slopes. WRITTEN at the beginning 1st Grade level (Lexile: 360L ~ review copy provided Cute and clever, BUNNY SLOPES has a lot going for it. For one there is the cute artwork. But more than that I like the chatty, conversational tone that draws kids in. Bunny talks directly to them and even asks kids to interact with the book to help out with the day on the slopes. Children are asked to shake and tap and turn the book to help Bunny out with a day on the slopes. WRITTEN at the beginning 1st Grade level (Lexile: 360L), BUNNY SLOPES should appeal to younger children too. 183 words.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids

    This is a fanatic book for story time. Fans of Rueda's Here Comes Santa Cat (and Cat's other stories), have a whole new character to fall in love with. Like Cat's stories, Bunny's story is one that makes for a memorable story time, with plenty of laughter. This one book we'd recommend picking up! 4.5 stars FULL REVIEW http://mundiekids.blogspot.com/2016/1...

  11. 5 out of 5

    Carol Lance

    Shake it, tilt it, turn it upside down. Read this book with my 2 year old niece and she was so amazed that she was able to help the bunny ski, her favourite part was having to shake the book to bring the snow (but not too much). Illustrations were simple but told the whole story. A great interactive book that everyone will enjoy. @claudiarueda

  12. 4 out of 5

    Michele Knott

    Interactive books are a HUGE hit with my younger readers. I know this one will be a new favorite.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    Very cute! Love interactive books!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne Kunz Williams

    A fun book that you have to read from all angles which adds to the fun. Bunny skis and has accidents and recovers. * Talking Points: Do you like to snow ski? Water ski? Cross country ski? While skiing did you ever fall down or bump into anything? Was it a small or big bump? Did it change how you like skiing or not? ** Essential Oil Pairing Tips: Whether you are going on a ski break or wanting something new to diffuse while reading this book, try diffusing 3 drops of doTERRA A fun book that you have to read from all angles which adds to the fun. Bunny skis and has accidents and recovers. * Talking Points: Do you like to snow ski? Water ski? Cross country ski? While skiing did you ever fall down or bump into anything? Was it a small or big bump? Did it change how you like skiing or not? ** Essential Oil Pairing Tips: Whether you are going on a ski break or wanting something new to diffuse while reading this book, try diffusing 3 drops of doTERRA's Lavender, 2 drops Bergamot and 2 drops Sandalwood - you'll love the relaxation the aroma brings!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ingrid Sawubona

    In Bunny Slopes, a cute little bunny has a big problem (and then smaller ones to follow), when he initially can’t find any snow to go ski on. The only way he can solve this dilemma, is if he gets hands-on help from the readers. Once he gets his snow (by having the readers shake the book), he also needs them to tilt, tap or turn it so that he can ski down the bunny slopes. This interactive picture book is perfect! The illustrations are beautifully simple and clear, and the s In Bunny Slopes, a cute little bunny has a big problem (and then smaller ones to follow), when he initially can’t find any snow to go ski on. The only way he can solve this dilemma, is if he gets hands-on help from the readers. Once he gets his snow (by having the readers shake the book), he also needs them to tilt, tap or turn it so that he can ski down the bunny slopes. This interactive picture book is perfect! The illustrations are beautifully simple and clear, and the story is cute, fuzzy and creative. It’s become a big favorite or ours during snowy days.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kelsey

    Age: Toddler-Kindergarten Animals: Rabbit Sport: Skiing Bunny's ready to hit the slopes but there's no snow! With his first invitation to the audience, Bunny asks the reader to shake the book to create some snow. Another fun addition to circle time and storytime. I especially liked flipping the book back and forth as Bunny fell through the air--and Bunny's determination to go over the jump one more time.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lucy-May

    I absolutely did not doubt that the children I work with would love this book; after reading them Hungry Bunny a little while ago I was waiting until the colder months to read this one to them - & it went down a treat! The children were really focused on the story & were able to talk to me about the events afterwards. I need Claudia to write more of these books because I’m obsessed! Extended Review to follow.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Vernon Area Public Library KIDS

    Sport: Skiing Season: Winter Bunny's ready to hit the slopes but there's no snow! With his first invitation to the audience, Bunny asks the reader to shake the book to create some snow. Another fun addition to circle time and storytime. I especially liked flipping the book back and forth as Bunny went off a jump and fell through the air--and Bunny's determination to go over the jump one more time.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Debra

    Bunny Slopes is a great deal of fun. Bunny needs some help to ski. First he needs snow and then he needs a slope. The reader is asked to help by shaking, tapping and tilting the book much like Tullet's book PRESS HERE. Who wouldn't like to have a hand in helping out in the story. Uh Oh! Watch out there is a hole!! Aaaagh!

  20. 5 out of 5

    b.andherbooks

    A great interactive book akin to Tap the Magic Tree where you invite kids to pat, turn, and touch the pages to help a little bunny ski down a hill. There is a also a fun addition of holes in a few pages with a surprise result. Fun snow time read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Gabrielle Stoller

    I think "Bunny Slopes" is getting a lower review from me because I have done it about 10 times the last few weeks ;) It is an enjoyable story that is interactive. Children are encouraged to shake, tap, tilt, etc. I find books such as these are always a sure fire winner in storytimes. I also love how simple the illustrations are. They don't need to be overt or over the top!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Leslie

    This was a book that was recommended on several winter book lists. To be completely honest, I was skeptical of it... until I read it to my son. He pretty much had it memorized within the first couple of readings and we read it multiple times a day during the time we had it from the library. This went on his wishlist.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Trisha Parsons

    This book is awesome because it prompts you to interact with it to help the bunny ski down the slopes. Depending on your crowd, you could ask some kids to come up and shake the book or flip it upside down.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Cute picture book that uses directional words to make the book physically interactive. Funny note... I read the ebook version and there was a disclaimer to put the lock rotation on my iPad for best results while reading this eBook. So true!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Powell

    This book is absolutely adorable! You shake the book to make snow. Then tilt the book so the bunny can ski down the slope. My 14 month old grandson was just a bit young for it, but he'll love it in a few months!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Julie Kirchner

    Students will love this interactive book about a skiing bunny. I read it with students and they delighted in shaking and tapping the snow and turning the book to save the bunny from disaster! A wonderful read to share!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Katherine Decker

    fun and interactive; good for ski and snow lovers

  28. 5 out of 5

    Polly

    My new favourite winter read aloud! I've read it on six visits to child care centres, and at one holiday 'do' in my library, and everyone loves it!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jody

    actionable picture book good for toddlers!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    An interactive book that requires the reader to all sorts of things to help bunny ski. Great read-aloud

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