Your kids will always love to hear audiobooks than reading stories. Even for people who love
books, finding the opportunity or time to read can be a challenge. Audiobooks can be a
convenient alternative in such cases. Moreover, audiobooks can act as excellent bedtime
storytellers for your little ones. And if that story consists of a cute member of the animal kingdom
like a fluffy rabbit, with an important lesson to offer in the end, it becomes a perfect blend of fun
and learning. This is the best audiobook collection specially for kids.
So, here are our top 5 recommendations of audiobooks on pet rabbits.
1. The tale of Peter rabbit
The Tale of Peter Rabbit is a children’s book written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter. It is the
first in a series of delightful children books by Beatrix potter. The lead character of the story Peter Rabbit was inspired by a pet rabbit the author had as a child, named Peter Piper.
The story concentrates on a family of anthropomorphic rabbits. The tale is of a mischievous and
rebellious young rabbit named Peter, who he gets into Mr. McGregor garden and is chased by him.
It is a riveting tale, with a genuine threat to our hero at its core. It has a happy ending but not
without a valuable lesson being learned by Peter that he wouldn’t have been so much at risk – or so frightened – if he had done what he was told to do in the first place. This book has gained a lot of praise from some renowned personalities.
Lear has described the tale as a perfect marriage of word and image and a triumph of fantasy and fact.
2. The velveteen rabbit
The Velveteen Rabbit is a much-loved classic book from 1922 written by Margery Williams. A heartfelt story about unselfish love and how that makes us more The story communicates
with children, especially the wallflowers or dreamers, who love the magic of it all. It is a wonderful treat for the adults who are taken back into the dreamy world of childhood, a time
when anything is possible and magic exists. It beautifully touches upon the topic of what is at the same time exploring the world of the imagination and possibilities beyond the literal truth. It encourages the child to think about the more significant questions of life and the universe in some ways. Stories like these attain a sort of enchantment through the child’s own experience and their ensuing nostalgia. The Velveteen Rabbit has a touch of sadness, but in the end, it leaves the reader feeling positive and uplifted.
3. The miraculous journey of Edward Tulane This book is a timeless fantasy by Kate Di Camillo, complete with illustrations by Bagram Ibatoulline. Kate Di Camillo in this account, takes the reader on a remarkable journey, from the depths of the ocean to the net of a fisherman, from the top of a garbage heap to the fireside of a hobos camp, from the bedside of a sick child to the bustling streets of Memphis. Edward journey not only takes him far from his home but even further from his once ungrateful and selfish self. It is a journey away from home but towards self-discovery. The main theme of this beautiful book can be condensed to a quote from the book: If you have no intention of loving or being loved, then the whole journey is pointless. It does not matter what age group you belong to; this book can captivate anyone with a heart.
4. The runaway bunny
The Runaway Bunny is a 1942 picture book depicted by Margaret Wise Brown and demonstrated by Clement Hurd. The story revolves around a small rabbit who wants to run away. However, his mother, who loves him dearly, tells him that ;if you run away, I will run after
you In this story, Margaret Brown has done an excellent job of conveying a mother bunny love and devotion to her child.
She is always vowing to follow her child to the ends of the earth, whether the bunny wants to become a rock on a mountain or a sailboat to escape from his mother. This book is a genuinely
charming story that portrays the love shared between a parent and child that children are sure to enjoy. It is a book of immense comfort, especially for the ones with a restless heart.
5. A day in the life of Marlon Bundo Stink bugs are temporary.
Love is forever. A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo is a 2018 children’s book written by Jill Twiss and illustrated by EG Keller. The story is about a fictional day in the life of Marlon Bundo, the real-life pet rabbit of Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence. With themes consisting of respect, acceptance, and equality, the book takes a strong stance against laws and actions against LGBTQ rights. This children’s book shows young people that one should be proud of their
In the story, two boy bunnies fall in love and get married in—this beautiful book exploring the
topics of same-sex marriage, democracy, and the importance of voting. There’s a nasty stink bug causing some trouble, which in the end, like every villain, loses the fight—giving precious
advice that even though nasty stinky bugs can get into office, we can vote them out again!
Delightful, funny, and beautifully illustrated, this book is dedicated to every bunny who has ever felt different.
So, what are you waiting for? Get your hands on these easily accessible audiobooks. With the beautiful narration of stories that offer just the right amount of entertainment not to bore the kids and a harmonious quantity of significant values that are important for their moral development, these audiobooks are a value for money deal.
Not just the kids, but these stories are sure to fascinate people belonging to any age group who are a fan of simple, impactful fiction.