Rhyming Dust Bunnies

The dust bunnies – Ed, Ned and Ted – like to rhyme all the time! They rhyme out far, jar, tar and car… but a fourth dust bunny, Bob, doesn’t seem to get it! He just says, ‘Look!’ When they try to teach him that rug, hug, and mug rhyme with bug, he says, ‘Look out!’ But when a hungry vacuum cleaner tries to gobble up the dust bunnies, Bob’s warnings are proved right! So the rhyming trio ask Bob what rhymes with ‘How do we get out?’ Drawn in thick black lines and neon colors, the dust creatures on this book’s bright pages look like the huge monsters that they think they are – until the big, powerful human tools take over! Preschoolers will recognize how it feels to be little in a big world, and will enjoy the playful rhymes and simple wordplay as much as the bold, cheeky characters.

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    Jan Thomas

    Jan Thomas is the creator of Rhyming Dust Bunnies, Can You Make A Scary Face?, and Here Comes the Big, Mean Dust Bunny. She lives with her family in Socorro, New Mexico.


    Jan Thomas has won a number of awards for her picture books, including a Kirkus Best Book of 2009 for Rhyming Dust Bunnies.

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