Little Bunny, an only child, is so lonely that he cannot sleep, so he asks his friends Squirrel, Skunk, Porcupine, Bear, and Owl if he can stay with them, only to discover that his own bed is best.
Conejito No Puede Dormir Little Bunny an only child is so lonely that he cannot sleep so he asks his friends Squirrel Skunk Porcupine Bear and Owl if he can stay with them only to discover that his own bed is best
La portada promet a m s de lo que realmente aporta La historia en s no es muy atractiva, las ilustraciones no est n mal aunque quiz s poco actuales.El tama o del libro y la encuadernaci n no son la adecuada para que un ni o peque o lo use Demasiado grande, poco manejable, las tapas p ginas muy finas Su durabilidad es escasa.
I have been reading this every few nights to my now 7 months old Even bought her a little conejito to match the story I will have to update in a couple of years as to whether or not she loved the book but as a 36 year old adult, I love it
This is one of those books that has a repeating theme, a small rabbit is lonely and unable to sleep, so he goes from one friend s house to another, trying to find a cozy place to settle for the night At each house he finds obstacles to sleep his friend, bear snores, porcupine s bed is full of needles, squirrel snacks on nuts all night and skunk well skunk forgets rabbit is there and has a fright response to the intruder Conejito ends up back in his own cozy bed, happy to be home.
Good story for kids to appreciate what they have Nice illustrations Sometimes the translation is not excellent but good enough.
This is a great story, and the translation is good Word choices make me think this was translated by a Spaniard The story has a fair amount of dialogue, which is always fun because we can then speak in funny or exaggerated voices Our son sometimes has trouble sleeping, so he identifies with the protagonist Overall, great book.
I love this book so do my kids we are a bilingual home For parents who read to their child, it s important that the book is entertaining for the child as well as for the parent I highly recommend this book, as it is a delight for both