A NIGHT LIGHT FOR BUNNY, free printable

The Bunny's Night-Light book cover photoA Night Light for Bunny: A Glow in the Dark Search

by Geoffrey Hayes

Note:  This glow-in-the-dark book should be read in a really dark room with a flashlight!

This is a sweet story of a little bunny who wants a night-light.  Father pretends he doesn’t understand and takes little bunny outside at night and shows him the wonderful glowing lights everywhere such as the moon, stars, porch lights, and more.  They return home and tell Mama bunny wants a night-light inside the house.  Mama finds the one she had when she was little and the problem is solved.  Not only does the light keep the room a little bright in the darkness, it makes wonderful shadows of ships on the walls.

I was interested as parts of the pictures are supposed to glow, and I thought it would be a nice story at bedtime.  I could feel the raised yellow areas that were supposed to glow with my fingertips. However, it didn’t work at all the first time I read it.  I found if I opened one page at a time in the sunlight and then went in a dark room the “lights” did glow.  However, my daughter-in-law just stopped over and explained patiently to me you use a flashlight in the dark and the spots do GLOW!  Now I can highly recommend this sweet book.

Bunny’s Night Light work page, answer key, word bank, and coloring page FREE PDF

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Thank you for reading, Carolyn

About Carolyn Wilhelm

Carolyn Wilhelm is the author of The Wise Owl Factory, The Wise Owl Factory Book a Day Blog, and is web master for the Wise Owl Factory Teaching Friends blog She has an MS in Gifted Education, an MA in Curriculum and Instruction K-12, and is a National Board Certified Teacher.
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4 Responses to A NIGHT LIGHT FOR BUNNY, free printable

  1. Angel Read says:

    I hate when things don’t work the way they are supposed to! By now I would think someone would have invented a better glow-in-the-dark substance that doesn’t need to be in sunlight so long! A

  2. True! I learned a trick I did not know before. The book should be read in total darkness with a flashlight! Thank you for wtiting. Carolyn

  3. Super cute and I love the “Lights in the Night” Workpage…great job, Carolyn.

  4. Thanks so much, Ann Marie! Carolyn