The Runaway Bunny
"Once there was a little bunny who wanted to run away. So he said to his mother, "I am running away." "If you run away," said his mother, "I will run after you. For you are my little bunny." And so begins one of the best young children's books of all time. For no matter where the little bunny can think to run, his mother shows him that she will always come after him, always be waiting for him. This book is pure warmth between two covers. My children loved this story long after they had outgrown it - yours will, too.
A sleepy little bunny crawls in bed in the great green room. As the light grows dimmer and dimmer (and his eyelids grow heavier and heavier), he notices everything in the room. Then, one by one, bids all things good night. Guaranteed to leave them snuggled down and ready to sleep!
Two Little Trains
Margaret Wise Brown
Pictures by Leo and Diane Dillon
Hardbound - large format
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Two little trains went down the track,
Two little trains went West.
Puff, Puff, Puff and Chug, Chug, Chug,
Two little trains to the West
One little train was a streamlined train, one little train was a little old train. One little train travels through the "real world" - the other little train travels through the world of a child's imagination. All through the day they travel until they arrive at the West and bedtime. The very special pictures by Leo and Diane Dillon place the two little trains side-by-side as they journey through their respective worlds. We are all very different and all very much alike. An enduring, wise, and very charming book.