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Pat the Bunny
Pat the Bunny | Dorothy Kunhardt
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Pat the Bunny has been a favorite children's book for generations. Always a perfect gift, the book has delighted millions of youngsters with its simple style yet enchanting story and activities.
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oliviascrimo
Pat the Bunny | Dorothy Kunhardt

May 1st, 2001
Pat the Bunny is a book for early readers. This book is an interactive book, which allows students to engage throughout the book. This is a book, that parents can read to their children to get them interested and excited about reading.

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Hannahhh7
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Pat the Bunny is the first children's touch and feel interactive children's book. It is written by Dorthy Kunhardt and it was published in 1940. Instead of having a linear narrative, the book invites children to engage in activities such as patting the rabbit fur or playing peekaboo with a cloth.

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Written by Dorothy Kunhardt in 1940, Pat the Bunny is one of the first interactive read aloud for young children. This book has generationally enhanced children's mind and is one of the first memories of literature for children. This book has won the Scholastic Parent & Child 100 Greatest Books for Kids. Great read for young children!

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BbyLit
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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AshleyHoss820
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I‘m not sure, but I think this was one of the first interactive children‘s books. I bought a copy for all of my kids because each one loved it so much, they wore it out. The page pictured was their favorite because my husband has a goatee and he used to tickle our babies‘ noses with it. 😊😊😊 9/1,001 #1001ChildrensBooks (I had to Google a picture of it because they seriously all wore their copies out...)

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JenlovesJT47
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Jace was so excited to get his bunny with his new book, it was hard to get him to pay attention. But this is a super cute book and I can‘t wait to read it to him when he can pay more attention. 5⭐️

Happy Easter to my fellow Littens!

#Jace

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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Awww Happy Easter 🐣💙 4y
BookishTrish Happy Easter to you and Jace! 4y
Kappadeemom How sweet!!! 4y
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Naj He's adorable! Happy Easter to you and Jace. 💜🐣 4y
AmyG Awwww Happy Easter! 4y
GingerAntics Aww 🥰 Bunnies are very exciting!!! 4y
LibrarianJen That smile! 😍😍😍 4y
LauraJ Way to capture the moment! 🐣🐇 4y
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OrangeMooseReads
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📖 Pat the Bunny
📽 Alice in Wonderland (I know unoriginal 🤷🏼‍♀️)
🎙 White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane (again not original I‘m sure)
#Manicmonday @JoScho

DrJAdMerricksson Watership Down, Donnie Darko, Little Bunny Foofoo 4y
JoScho 🐰💗🐰 4y
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jmtrivera
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While I studied potty training, Toddlersaurus created this book stack. I didn't even realize how bad it had gotten until she looked around at the book ocean and said, "Who did that?" Totally my kid. ?

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UwannaPublishme
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A friend recommended this 1940 classic as a bookish gift for a mother-to-be. I just picked it up and it's quite cute. I guess it was one of the first interactive "touch and feel" children's books. Anyone remember it or maybe read it to your kids? This deluxe version features 4 restored pages from the original version.

TheBookgeekFrau I got a copy at my baby shower. Read it to my daughter often🙂 5y
minkyb We wore out our copy! 5y
UwannaPublishme @C.Perone @minkyb Thanks for sharing your stories. 😊❤️Now I know this book will make the perfect gift. 5y
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UnabridgedTomes
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It was Be A Veterinarian day at preschool, so Bebe brought Best Bunny in for a checkup, and this prescription came home in his backpack. For a kid who couldn‘t even write his name in August, this is pretty freaking amazing.

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LauraBeth
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My kid loved patting the bunny so much that you can see how dirty the bunny is (but I'll never give it away).

Readingrobin LOL! 5y
Reecaspieces Poor Bitsy.....a bunny? Really? 😂😂 5y
CocoReads Bitsy! 😂😂😂 5y
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LeahBergen 😂😂😂 5y
LauraBeth @Reecaspieces I know - bunnies are her mortal enemies 😂 5y
LauraBeth @Readingrobin, @LeahBergen, @CocoReads this is what I got for trying to clean out my spare bedroom - dirty pat the bunny books while Bitsy tried to destroy any stuffed animal she encountered 😀 5y
CocoReads Well Guinness ate the face off his LambChop today so I get it. 5y
LauraBeth @CocoReads oh Guinness! 😂💕 5y
minkyb Ours was really gross. I wonder if I kept it? I'll just keep wondering! (edited) 5y
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JeanieDiaz
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No thanks, I'd rather not!

JeanieDiaz Hellll no 6y
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UnabridgedTomes
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My son's favorite stuffed animal is Pat the Bunny, and since the original is from the mid-90s when I got my own, I've got a pile of spares that get swapped in when the one in-hand gets dirty.

britt_brooke So sweet! ☺️💙 6y
LauraBeth This is the most brilliant parenting tip 😀 6y
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UnabridgedTomes
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Aside from the fact that when I was little I was convinced the titular bunny's name was Pat, and Daddy's desperate need for a trip to the dermatologist (what in the world is happening there on his face?), this classic is such for a reason: its charming interactivity is endlessly appealing.

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Yossarian
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Was I the only only one who thought the bunny's name was "Pat"?

jeff You should have marked this as a spoiler! 😂 7y
HeatherParry I never knew it wasn't his name! 😂 7y
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Angelala007 Totally thought the same thing 7y
TirzahPrice I called him my friend Pat when I was little! 7y
BestOfFates I didn't get it until I just read your post! 7y
MeganMarieWrites I always thought so too! 7y
RebeccaSpeas .......is it not 7y
Libshitz Wait. It isn't??? 7y
callunakeep This is news to me as well! 😝 7y
thatkruegergirl I thought so, too! Haha. 7y
meghankoneill Haha! Too true 7y
ineverlearn It could've worked both ways. 7y
Megabooks But the question is, why an androgynous bunny name? Anyone remember SNL? 7y
Iira 😂 7y
CherylRussell Nope. 🤔 7y
Antonio It looks like Pit-Pat: GlobalChem's magical, pan-sexual, non-threatening spokes-thing. Or a rabbit that swallowed a bowling pin. 7y
panache113 Wait it's not? 7y
Carol In all the libraries I've worked in we've always called the bunny Pat. Not ironically, but truly convinced. 👋🐰 7y
Jaki Me too. Especially as my friend Pat gave me the book for my new baby. Dang! 21 years I've held that illusion! 7y
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bookculture
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Judy can read her book. Now YOU read

bookculture Living for Friday, yah dig? 7y
todd Love the use of the spoiler alert. The book kind of gives it away with the cover image if I remember right. Maybe the publisher can add a spoiler dust jacket? 7y
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