Friday, September 20, 2013

Follow Friday

Follow Friday
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The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. Each host will have their own Feature Blog and this way it’ll allow us to show off more new blogs!
Each week a new question, new answer, and new blogs to follow. 
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This Week's Question:

What were some of your favorite picture books as a kid? if you have kids, what are your favorite to read to them?


I have so many favorite childrens books. Yet I have one that holds the spot of #1

The Runaway Bunny
Margaret Wise Brown & Clement Hurd

A little bunny keeps runningaway from his mother in an imaginative and imaginary game of verbal hide-and-seek; children will be profoundly comforted by this lovingly steadfast mother who finds her child every time.

The Runaway Bunny, first published in 1942 and never out of print, has indeed become a classic. Generations of readers have fallen in love with the gentle magic of its reassuring words and loving pictures.

I have fond memories of The Runaway Bunny. My mother used to read it to us over and over.  I've even read this one to both of my kids. 

What's your favorite?


  1. I think I might have read Runaway Bunny but I'm not entirely sure-- but this story sounds absolutely adorable and not just for the bunnies. ^.^ Love the pick! :)

    From your new GFC follower,

  2. Oooh, haven't seen this one around. Nice pick :) Thanks for stopping by and following!

    New Bloglovin' follower.

    Zareena @ Books and Books

  3. Thanks for stopping by my FF, Mandy. Haven't read that one, but it sure sounds awesome.

    Thanks also for following, but you didn't say how. I've followed you via Bloglovin'.

    Happy Friday, and weekend.

    Sandra @ Hehehe, love the Llama, Llama books! Thanks for stopping by my FF!

    Old follower.

    Sandra @ SSBF Blog

    Here’s my FF

  4. Hmmmm, I think I'm totally past exhausted. It's definitely not Sandra @ Hehehe, love the Llama... yeah! It's been a long day, lol, so totally ignore that, and put it down to mental failure!

  5. That's a great choice, good book for kids!!

  6. I haven't read the Runaway Bunny but I know it is a classic. I will need to pick that one up when I have children.

    New follower via facebook, twitter, and GFC.

    Rachel @ The Big Book Binge

  7. I've never read Runaway Bunny, but it sounds like such a sweet story. And reassuring for little ones - I think that's a huge fear when you're little - getting lost and your mom/dad not finding you. Great pick!

    Thank for stopping by!
    Old follower :-)
    Berls @ Fantasy is More Fun

  8. I slightly remember your choice,perhaps next time I'm in a bookstore I'll hit up the kids section and just take a peek inside to really remember!

    Liked you on FB and now following via bloglovin was already following via gfc!

    Guinevere & Libertad @ Twinja Book Reviews

  9. Aw great pick! Brings back some memories! Check out what I picked =)

    new follower bloglovin

    -Amanda P

    Where the Night Kind Roam

  10. Never heard of this one.
    Thanks for stopping by and I'm following you back :)

  11. The illustrations in "Runaway Bunny" are some of my favorites in all of Children's Literature.

    Then again, I'm kind of predisposed to bunnies. ;)

    Here's my FF. Swing by if you feel so inclined!: