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What Does Bunny Like?

Touch & Feel Board Book

Illustrated by Gabriel Cortina
Published by Igloo Books
Distributed by Simon & Schuster



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About The Book

Meet a playful Bunny and explore her home, friends and food!

Introducing What Does Bunny Like?: Touch & Feel Board Book– a journey into the world of a playful Bunny! Delight in the wonder of discovery as you and your little one explore the pages of this enchanting board book, specially designed to engage and captivate babies' senses.

Embark on an educational adventure as you learn about the various preferences of our furry friend. What does she like to eat? Where does she live? With its charming narrative and vibrant illustrations, What Does Bunny Like? creates an immersive experience that sparks curiosity and learning.

The velvety softness of Bunny’s fur is a tactile element that invites your little one to engage their sense of touch, enhancing their sensory development in an enjoyable and meaningful way.

Designed with both entertainment and education in mind, What Does Bunny Like? is the perfect addition to your child's early learning collection. Whether you're cuddled up for a cozy storytime or embarking on a journey of discovery, this book is sure to create cherished moments and foster a lifelong love for reading.

About The Author

Igloo Books publishes high-quality, affordable books for every kind of reader. From illustrated storybooks, novelty and board books, wipe-clean learning, licensed advent calendars, to coloring, sticker, and activity books, we have something for everybody between the ages of 0 to 100. We are the global leader of mass-market publishing with a world-wide reach in 77 countries across 64 languages. As of 2021 our products are climate neutral and we actively strive to remove, replace, and reduce plastic and excess in all of our products.

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