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Seven Days in a Week is an educational picture book in the Little Bunny series by Dianne Miller. Little Bunny is a happy and playful character who moves through the seven days of a week in a repetitive pattern reinforced by color illustrations and accompanied by simple text. Beginning and early readers can associate the days with relatable activities, such as napping and family fun on Sundays, busy mornings and being on the run on Mondays, playing hide and seek and being out for a stroll on Saturdays, and so forth. Of course, there can be play on any day. The days of the week repeat three times, reinforced by graphic calendars which show the repetition of weeks throughout a month and a year. Free printables are available from a web site.
In Seven Days in a Week, Dianne Miller presents the concept of days and weeks in a fun-filled story that little ones are sure to enjoy. Whether shopping with a parent, jumping rope, eating a healthy snack, or having fun with art, Little Bunny is an engaging character who is affectionate with family members and playmates. As the days are repeated, Little Bunny plays, reads, learns, eats, does chores, and enjoys family time in a pattern of daily activities to which children can easily relate. In addition to reinforcing the concept of days and weeks, the story provides opportunities for parents and teachers to have broader conversations with young readers about these activities as well. A fun and educational read.