Mrs. Pennington's Easter Bunny School is in the center of the small village of Floppy Ear Hollow. Bunnies from all over the forest attend her school. They learn to make jellybeans, chocolate bunnies, marshmallow eggs, and they learn how to dye eggs. If they pass every class and do well in the hopping races, they have a chance to become the Easter Bunny for that year.
This story is about a very outspoken bunny named, "Jack", and Mrs. Pennington's Easter Bunny School. Jack loves to hop very fast, "Hop, hop, hop, hoppity, hoppity, hop!" He loves to hop very high. He can hop higher than any bunny ever has! The truth is that Jack really does not want to go to Mrs. Pennington's Easter Bunny School - he thinks it is for sissies. He doesn't want to wear an apron with ruffles or make jelly beans, and as Jack boldly says, "And that's that!"
Even though he doesn't want to go to Easter Bunny School, he would like to win the hopping races and become the Easter Bunny for that year... what a dilemma... what will that outspoken bunny do?!
©2015 Paula M. Ezop (P)2015 Paula M. Ezop
I have not read the print version but I really enjoyed the audio.
This was a fun story. It was cute, fast and keeps your attention. The character Jack was quite a character. You just had to fall in love with him.
Ms. Marlowe brought the characters to life. It was easy to picture them as she made them jump out of the recording making you smile.
I smiled almost all the way through the story. Jack was so cute he made you laugh and generally just feel happy.
this was a cute tale that any child would enjoy. I liked the twist on the Easter bunny and loved the whole school idea.
My 5 year old daughter and I loved this book! We listened to it on Easter morning, and it was a great way to start the day!
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Perfect for kids!
This was a great short story. The narration was wonderful and my son really enjoyed the book!
It's very cute and it has a good lesson! My 3 year old daughter was sitting and listening to it and said mommy I like it can we take it to grandpa's so my cousin's can listen too?
The part where Jack suggested that everyone in the class get to be the easter bunny!
All of them!
funny , life lesson , fun
Alice in wonderland
the emotion !!!!!!
when Jack was in the pine tree ,, and mother bunny found out lol
this should be listened to with kids the narrator is so good
Energetic, cute, Easter
I loved the innocence of the story the best & also that I was able to listen to it with my daughter in the room... although she thought it had pictures..
Ihave listened to most of Kat's performances & I feel this one is more suited for younger children compared to the others.
I laughed at moments in this audiobook, the story was cute.
I find that Kat can narrate for all sorts of books, she definitely suits children's books.
I love the whole story idea that bunnies need to go to school to learn how to be the Easter Bunny.
Jack is never quite where anyone expects him to be.
Kat does a wonderful job giving each character in the story his/her own voice. Old Mr Dragonfly is a personal favorite.
Jack and the jellybeans had me laughing out loud.
Yes my kids said this story was Epic and they love the Narration by Kat Marlowe!!!
Each of my 3 kids had there own favorite
my Oldest loved Molly,
Jack was my sons and
Betsy was my youngest's favorite
Old Mr. Dragonfly
Wonderful story and narration!!!!
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I enjoyed the entire book thoroughly. I loved how the author connected bunnies with children and had them go to school as a child reading the story would.
I loved Jack the boy bunny. I loved how he protested bunny school at first.
Jack was my favorite. Kat Marlowe brings the whole book to life.with her adorable narrations.
Kat Marlowe brought the book to life in a way I wouldn't have experienced if I had read the book myself.
I listened to this book with my Autistic son and it kept his attention as he laughed at some of the parts in the book. I listened to a few of Kat Marlowe's narrations and she never disappoints.
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