Little Bunny’s Bible – Children’s Board Book Review

When given a choice of books to review through Zondervan Publishing / Zonderkidz, I chose to review this children’s board book Bible – “Little Bunny’s Bible” – because I have a morning routine with Tessa, where I read her a few pages from her baby Bibles.
We have quite a few baby Bibles because, as you can imagine, board books don’t really allow for much variety of text after a while. After reading the same simple text over and over and over again, I’m pretty much ready for a little change! Also, since I want to raise my children to be familiar with the Word of God, I figure you can’t have too many Bibles lying around!

About the Book

Book description from
The Little Bunny’s Bible is a soft, cuddly Bible that children age 2-5 can call their own.  Throughout this plush-covered book, little ones learn that they’re loved and cared for by God as they hear about God’s faithfulness in stories from the Old and New Testaments of the Bible.  With sweet, rhyming text and colorful illustrations, this soft and cuddly character storybook Bible is sure to become a classic with preschoolers.

My Thoughts on the Book

As I said above, we have LOTS of toddler and baby Bibles in our home (I have even reviewed a couple of them before). That said, I can say with complete confidence that this is BY FAR the best baby board book Bible I have seen yet.
Not only is the fluffy plush exterior something that kids LOVE (my daughter ran toward the book with arms outstretched, giving it hugs and kisses the second I unpacked it from the mail!) but the illustrations are bright, colorful, eye-catching and very toddler friendly. Lots of animals, colors and context to talk about, prompting fun and varied conversations to explain and instruct with. “Look! Two birds! One, two. This one is blue. Birds go tweet tweet!”… You get the idea.
But I have to say, my FAVORITE part of this baby Bible is that the text is NOT dumb. I don’t know how to describe it any other way. Sometimes it feels like whoever is writing board books just isn’t trying! Like, because it’s for a toddler, no thought needs to go into whatever is printed on the page. I’ve read some text in baby Bibles that approaches the nonsensical, throwing in random words just because they rhyme.
Not only does this baby Bible have great text, the poetry is so pure and profound, that I might actually use the text as memorization lessons for Tessa when she is a bit older! Not even joking!
Anyway, since I’ve received this book, we’ve read through it (a page a day) twice now, and we have no plans to set it aside anytime soon! I would highly recommend this baby Bible, above all others!
[Disclaimer: There are no affiliate links in this review. I am an independent product reviewer. I only review products I am truly interested in. I don’t accept payment for reviews. The products I take the time to jabber on about are either items I have personally purchased, or the product has been provided for review after me incessantly nagging for a sample. All of my reviews are unbiased regardless of how the item was obtained.]

Do you have any favorite board books for toddlers? Share below!

Gingi Freeman

Gingi is a photographer, cosplayer, amateur chef, crazy cat lady, anime otaku, bookworm, generic geek, world traveler, conservative Christian, homeschooler, devoted military wife and stay at home new mother of two little girls. Gingi blogs about anything and everything that is relevant to being a supermom, stay at home wife, homeschooler and geek girl! You can contact her at or via the contact form on her website at

40 thoughts on “Little Bunny’s Bible – Children’s Board Book Review

  • 27 January, 2015 at 11:13 pm

    It has been so long since I had baby board books… I loved buying them for Valentina when she was younger, we had so many of them and she loved them all… this sounds like a really great one xox

    • 27 January, 2015 at 11:19 pm

      I still have SO MANY books for Tessa that we haven’t even touched yet.. I need to stop getting new ones till we’ve caught up with the old ones! hehe!

      • 27 January, 2015 at 11:39 pm

        I just wanted to tell you that it has been more than 21 days and I am going strong… I do think a person has to have a desire and I have a very strong right now…I am happy about that xox

        • 28 January, 2015 at 12:04 am

          That is awesome.. I’ve never put that particular adage to the test before! I’m so happy you are doing well! <3 *hugs*

  • 28 January, 2015 at 2:24 am

    Sounds like a great book for toddlers!
    Melanie @

    • 28 January, 2015 at 2:37 am

      It really is!! <3

    • 28 January, 2015 at 3:59 am

      You should! It’s the best board book we’ve read in awhile! hehe..

  • 28 January, 2015 at 5:37 am

    Tessa will literally grab our hands and walk us to her book shelf to have us grab this book. Then she’ll sit in our lap making all the animal sounds she knows! It’s super cute!

    • 28 January, 2015 at 3:54 pm

      LOL, she did that to mom and Jessica just last night!! It was super adorable!!!

    • 28 January, 2015 at 3:55 pm

      Trust me.. so far, this is the BEST one! haha. The other ones have such dumb lyrics or text that it makes me wince.. haha.

  • 28 January, 2015 at 12:10 pm

    Looks really cute – especially if they can touch it and it is fluffy = that’s what the cover looks like? 🙂

    • 28 January, 2015 at 3:57 pm

      Yeah, the cover is pretty much a stuffed animal, hehe.. Tessa is a sucker for stuffed animals and she LOVES it!

  • 28 January, 2015 at 12:17 pm

    my niece and nephews would LOVE those. i know they have kids versions, but i like this! so cute.

    • 28 January, 2015 at 4:00 pm

      I forgot to mention, I guess this Bible has like, tons of other plushie versions on the cover “Little Chick’s Bible” with a baby chick and so on and so on.. it’s a great gift idea! <3

  • 28 January, 2015 at 1:58 pm

    Sounds like the perfect gift for a new baby:) I’m afraid my board book days are far behind me… and I can’t remember any that were particular favorites. But I do remember always having a bag of them with me because my oldest adored books. And she still does at 21… she reads more than anyone I know. I agree that the writing can be beautiful even for toddlers. They are listening, so why not use eloquent language?

    • 28 January, 2015 at 4:05 pm

      Right?!?!?! I’m so glad someone “gets it”.. I always feel kind of bad whenever I talk unfavorably toward a kids book, but it’s like.. come on! For instance, I just read a board book called, “Jose the Talking Pinata” to my daughter. The entire text was something along the lines of “Telling the truth is good! We should always tell the truth! Lies are bad! So always tell the truth! The end!” And during the entire book, a little Mexican boy is holding a pinata.. and the boy is the one talking, the pinata is just a cardboard pinata. Like.. what the heck?!?!??! Are you even trying?! lol

  • 28 January, 2015 at 4:33 pm

    Honestly I’ve never read a Bible for kids, but I really appreciate the concept behind thi one. I loved reading your review.
    You just left a comment on my blog that really stroke me….are you able to sew as a Couturier like Giambattista Valli? That’s amazing.

    • 28 January, 2015 at 5:02 pm

      LOL, my sewing skills are random and sporadic, but I have experience with a lot of obscure dress styles and techniques. If you check out my cosplay page: I made most of those costumes from scratch. My husband and I LOVE to sew together, and we are getting pretty good at Victorian / Edwardian / ball gown cuts and styles.. which seems to be coming back into vogue! lol

    • 28 January, 2015 at 5:10 pm

      Awww, let me know how he likes it!! <3

    • 28 January, 2015 at 5:11 pm

      Yeah, I’m super happy with this little board book!

    • 28 January, 2015 at 6:12 pm

      Awww, glad I could make a good recommendation! <3

  • 28 January, 2015 at 10:29 pm

    The book market has evolved a lot since my son was a toddler – we had some plastic books or with fabric, but the things of nowadays are gorgeous!! Waiting for grandchildren (not too soon, though 😉


    • 28 January, 2015 at 10:30 pm

      Yeah, there are TONS of stuffed animal board books these days.. perfect for toddlers!! 😉

    • 29 January, 2015 at 4:40 pm

      Thanks! And you too!

    • 1 February, 2015 at 4:58 am

      It is! ^_^

  • 1 February, 2015 at 7:35 pm

    Oh my goodness does this ever look adorable!

    We too have so many Bibles. I never got baby/board Bibles though… I went straight to preschool picture book Bibles.

    Thanks for sharing!

    • 2 February, 2015 at 4:22 pm

      For sure!! I’m about to order Tessa’s first preschool picture book Bible now, actually! hehe!

  • 2 February, 2015 at 6:02 pm

    That is so cute. I bet any kid would love that soft fuzzy exterior!

    • 2 February, 2015 at 6:14 pm

      I know my baby girl does!!! 😉

  • 4 February, 2015 at 6:11 pm

    I am happy to hear that this is nice a Bible book for the little ones. I miss my girls being little, but I am learning to deal with it.

    • 4 February, 2015 at 6:18 pm

      I can’t believe how fast my little one is growing!! How old are your girls?

  • 11 February, 2015 at 10:14 am

    This board book got me curious, from the way you gushed about it in your review, Gingi. 🙂 Off to Amazon now or elsewhere online to check out photos of the inside. I wish you were able to post even just a couple to tease us, and definitely other moms who might come across this post.

    I get what you mean with the “dumb text” in children’s books. I browse the children’s books in bookstores to pass by time (like whenever I go there to wait for some friends in case I get to the mall first or something lol) and notice that they don’t even try. Literally there’s like 3 words (or less!) in every page, in big bold fonts and the entire book has less than 10 pages and it costs a lot. Ridiculous. How is any kid going to learn proper sentence comprehension or construction with that. :))

    That fluffy cover design is genius too. I might even get one for myself just for the cover if I saw it in the bookstore.

    • 11 February, 2015 at 1:45 pm

      Yeah, I hate when the text is straight up dumb.. there are some books I read to my daughter and then just sit there like, “What, exactly, is this teaching her??” hehe.. at this point I only get her used books or books for review. Board books are WAY too pricey..

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