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Rabbit Day

World Almanac for Kids - This site has information on different types of rabbits and hares.

Alien Explorer - This site leads directly to a page on the differences between rabbits and hares.

The Humane Society - This site offers general information on rabbits.

Desert USA - Good information and photographs on the desert cottontail rabbit.  At the bottom of the page is a link to information on the Jackrabbit.

Yahooligans - Animals - Scroll down the page to find a list of five different types of rabbits.  These links will lead to specific information and photographs of the species.

MSN Encarta - The encyclopedia entry for rabbits and hares.

Environmental Education for Kids - A specific entry for the snowshoe hare is found here.

Enchanted Learning - A variety of printouts, activities, and information on rabbits.

The Adventures of Brer Rabbit and Friends by Karima Amin.
These African-American stories are retold in this version and depict the antics of the trickster "Brer Rabbit".

Bunny My Honey by Anita Jeram.
A little rabbit gets lost and is found by his mother.

The Complete Adventures of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter.
These classic stories have been love by children for years.

Cottontail Rabbits by Kristin Ellerbusch Gallagher.
A very good nonfiction book containing information, photographs, and maps of where Cottontail Rabbits live.

The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes by Marjorie Flack.
The story of which bunny will be chosen to be the Easter Bunny.

Curious George and the Bunny by H.A. Rey.
This classic character helps a bunny find his way back to his mother.

Emma Bean by Jean Van Leeuwen.
The relationship between a little girl and her stuffed rabbit is a special one.

Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney.
A little bunny learns how strong his father's love is for him.

Home for a Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown.
This little bunny makes new friends as he searches for the perfect home.

Hopper Hunts for Spring by Marcus Pfister.
This little rabbit meets new friends when anxious to meet "spring".

Huge Harold by Bill Peet.
This classic rhyming story is about a rabbit that grows and grows!

Let's Make Rabbits by Leo Lionni.
Two created rabbits, one a pencil drawing and the other made from scrap paper, become the best of friends.  A great book to use in an Art Lesson.

Leo the Lop by Stephen Cosgrove.
A little bunny feels different when his ears don't stick up like his siblings'.

Little Polar Bear and the Brave Little Hare by Hans De Beer.
This is one of a series of Little Polar Bear books and in this story he befriends a hare.

Max and Ruby Books by Rosemary Wells.
This series of books is about a rabbit brother and sister.

Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present by Charlotte Zolotow.
A rabbit helps a little girl find the perfect birthday present for her mother.

Rabbit: A Practical Guide to Caring for your Rabbit by Mark Evans.
An information book about keeping rabbits for pets.

The Runaway Bunny by Margaret Wise Brown.
A little bunny learns he can't runaway because his mother's love will always bring her to him.

Spotty by H.A. Rey.
This little bunny feels different when he is born into a family of all white rabbits.

The Tortoise and the Hare by Janet Stevens.
This is an easy to read version of the familiar Aesop fable.

The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams, adaptation by Lou Fancher.
This is an updated version of the classic story of a toy coming to life.

White Rabbit's Color Book by Alan Baker.
This rabbit changes his color by dipping himself into different tubs of paint.  A great book to use in an art lesson on color mixing.

The World of Rabbits by Jennifer Coldrey.
A detailed nonfiction book about rabbits and their habitats.


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