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The Dust Bunnies

(7 customer reviews)

Meet Fluff, Puff, and Stuff, three adorable dust bunnies ready to reveal their favorite hiding places, snacks, and games! In this charming rhyming book, young readers enter the world of dust bunnies—which happens to be right under their their own bed! Under the couch, in the corner, and anywhere crumbs and dust can be found, dust bunnies will be at play! Perfect for Easter baskets, spring cleaning season, or for any bunny-loving, chore-resistant child.

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Meet Fluff, Puff, and Stuff, three adorable dust bunnies ready to reveal their favorite hiding places, snacks, and games! In this charming rhyming book, young readers enter the world of dust bunnies—which happens to be right under their their own bed! Under the couch, in the corner, and anywhere crumbs and dust can be found, dust bunnies will be at play! Perfect for Easter baskets, spring cleaning season, or for any bunny-loving, chore-resistant child.

Softcover    $12.95         ISBN: 978-1-952536-05-2

Hardcover  $16.95         ISBN: 978-1-952536-06-9

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Softcover, Hardcover

7 reviews for The Dust Bunnies

  1. Melissa Maffei

    Today I am writing a review in which I got the book for free for an honest review. The Dust Bunnies is published by CrissCorss Applesauce, a City of Light Publishing imprint. The book is available in softcover ($12.95), hardcover ($16.95), and as an ebook on all available platforms.

    The Dust Bunnies, by Nicki Rae, is a cute book looking into the lives of dust bunnies.

    I gave this book five out of five stars on Goodreads. I adore this book. It is just a silly book, that is fun to read over and over again. I also like the artwork. It not only adds that fun quirkiness, but it also makes our dust bunnies look cute and fun. In addition, I also love the colors that the author used throughout the book. Nicki Rae uses pastel spring colors throughout the book. I found them to be calming. The other thing that I enjoyed was the search for the marbles. I love books that have a little quirk or a game. It made me go through the book several times to find them. Even after rereading this book several times, I enjoy trying to find the marbles. Finally, I just enjoyed the artwork that mainly told the story. The story is not dependant on the words, which is great for younger children, ages 4 – 6.

    The only thing that I did not like was not knowing about the marble game until I read the book. As a kid, I loved it when a book presented the game at the front of the book. However, as the educator, I appreciated the concept of introducing the game at the end, to encourage children to read the book first.

  2. Diane Torres

    I purchased two of these books for my Granddaughter’s. When I started to read it to the kids, they absolutely love it. It is well writen and cute. I highly recommend this book to all who have little ones.

  3. Sophia

    “This book is so adorably written & illustrated. Any young children will be able to enjoy this interactive read.
    Best children’s book I’ve came across in years!”

  4. Miranda

    Gives life to dust bunnies! Such a great children’s book!

  5. Rose

    This is such a cute book for kids. The illustrations are fun, and the unusual subject is a great idea and well told for the age group intended. I thought it was sweet and I’m almost 30 lol.

  6. Crystal

    I loved this book, and I can’t wait to gift it to all of the little ones in my life! The illustrations were adorable and I found all of the marbles 🥰

  7. Jillian Fox

    My adult self never gave thought to the life of a dust bunny, this was an adorable read!! The art is adorable, comical, whimsy and inspires imagination!

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