The Adventures of Hunny and Sunny return! “Our solar system is just one of many in our galaxy. And our galaxy is a part of a whole universe, with millions of stars, and many of them have their own systems, with planets orbiting them.”
Summary: Hunny and Sunny learn about the eight planets of our Solar System: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
Your favorite anthropomorphic bunny brothers are back in this simple book for preschoolers to learn fun facts about the planets. The book highlights young learners encouraging one another and engaging critical thinking skills, and encourages curiosity about our universe.
Book #2 in The Adventures of Hunny & Sunny series.
Hunny Bunny is going to swimming class on Saturday! But he’s scared, because last time he went swimming, he got water in his eyes. But this week, Mama got him swimming goggles to protect his eyes! Will Hunny Bunny be brave and go to his swimming class?
Summary: Hunny, an anthropomorphic bunny rabbit, is scared to attend swimming class because he is worried water will get in his eyes. After receiving swimming goggles, and getting reassurance from his parents, Hunny prepares to attend swimming class again. He gets over his fear of getting water in his eyes and is proud of himself.
The perfect children’s book about learning to identify feelings of fear, and receiving reassurance and encouragement from loved ones.
Book #1 in The Adventures of Hunny & Sunny series.
About The Adventures of Hunny & Sunny books
The Adventures of Hunny & Sunny books by Punita Rice are about the adventures of Hunny Bunny and Sunny Bunny, a pair of anthropomorphic bunny brothers. The stories focus on positive themes that support socioemotional skill building, and are geared toward preschoolers and young elementary school aged children.
The books feature uncomplicated and goofy artwork, and emphasize themes such as: labeling feelings, communicating emotions, identifying and conquering fears, bravery, positive reinforcement, healthy parent-child interactions, and positive sibling relationships.