“Today you’re going to dress up as people who lived a long time ago. I want you to make something from the time when they lived and tell us all about it.”
‘Bunny Loves to Learn’ is written by Peter Bently and illustrated by Emma Foster and Deborah Melmon and published by Parragon Books. It’s a story about a class of animals who are told by their teacher to dress as people from the past. This book is a really fun, lighthearted way to introduce children to the idea of the people from the the past. The characters and the story are engaging and the pictures and layout are interesting and offered something different for my children to focus on each reading. I would say that it’s ideal for children aged four to seven.
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If you could go back in time which time would you choose?
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I WOULD GO BACK TO THE EARLY 1900’S
I would like to go back to when I was at primary school and remember all the great fun I used to have (before mortgages and bills!) 🙂
Victorian Times, especially around Christmas – I adore Victorian Christmas items and I love the clothes the women wore in that era!
The 80’s with the wild hair and dangerous shoulder pads.
I would go back to my teens and try harder in school…go to college get a good job xx save money instead of spending it on clothes!!!! Lol xx
The middle ages
school days :))
I would love to go back to the Edwardian Era
The 80’s when the music was awesome xx
I’d love to go back to the 90’s
When I was little enough to enjoy this book always loved reading still do!
Primary school age 🙂
back to the 80s!
school days so i could do better x
To the 60’s so I could hang out with my nan when she was in her prime 🙂
I would go back to the swinging sixties
I would go back to the Victorian times to see how they lived
The 1970s so i could live in the flower power Era!
1996 – loved every minute of it, so many good times as a 16 year old!
i would go back to my teens @)
the 60’s I love the music
70’s, the music was much better (or so my memory tells me…)
I’d like to go back to see the Vikings
I would go back to school days
i love reading about the victorian times, the clothing, everything, so i would choose victorian times x
The Romans. They had a right laugh!!
Early Roman era.
I would like to go back to Victorian times when there were so many new inventions, beautiful houses and gardens. Mind you I would want to be upstairs not downstairs!
I would stay where I am
Back to school and enjoy it more x
To when my granddad was still alive (10 years ago) so I could see him one more time.
2005-8 when I was at university. Good times! 🙂
I’d love to go back to the 60s and find out if it was an much fun as and as exciting as it seemed.
The moment I was born
I’d love to experience the swinging 20s
the ’70’s would be fun!
when marilyn monroe was at her most beautiful
Victorian I loved their cloths and outside play
has to be the 80’s awesome
Back to reception school where it was fun and no worries
School days and try and do better
back to high school fair only 10 years ago but they was brilliant!
Back to the early 80’s.
1969 to see Elive comback show
Elvis Comeback show
back to early 90s for me
i would love to go back to the 1950’s, love the clothes, music, cars, all really stylish and people still had good manners and positive attitudes
id love to go back to Roman times
Back to the 80s 🙂
Early 1800s ……Austen era!
I would go back to the 1950’s
My early teens, and tell myself not to worry so much x
the 1920’s for the music, fashion and attitude 🙂
I think I would go back to the 19th Century as I love Pride and Prejudice, but only if I could be in one of the rich families!!
The 80’s – yay
i would like to go back to the 80’s 🙂 fab music!
Secondary school and maybe study a bit more
To when my baby was first born so that I could have the past 10 months again
The Roaring Twenties!
I’d go back to the 80’s. I love the music and fashion of then and also I would love to meet my granddad who passed away when I was a baby but I also think it would be really cool to see what my parents were like as teenagers before they had me.
I would go back to the 70’s just before I was born to see what the fashion was like.
i would go back to the 80s just to remarry my gorgous hubby and have my three daughters all over again
Although I love learning about the past I enjoy living in the present with all its advantages far too much to want to go back in time 🙂
College, I would definatley try harder and make different course choices!
I’d go back to when i was 17 young and care free
I would like to go back to medieval times!
Back to my childhood, enjoy the experience more and enjoy the time with the family that are no longer with us
When I was little with no cares or responsibilities and could still run to my mum every time i got hurt.
Go back to the day I left school.
the stone age
I would go back to the 1920’s to experience all the culture and dress sense/style back then!
The 80’s to see my grandparents
1980’s when I was a kid and had no worries.
I’d love to experience the Tudor Court but would probably hide in the background just in case I’d upset somebody and get my head chopped off!
Pre-historic times, would love to observe dinosaurs in the wild
The 1980’s when I was young.
I’d go back to 90’s
1970s to meet my mum before she became a mum
I would go back to my childhood where I could have fun and play without having to worry.
The 80s because of the great music
70s, kids could be proper kids, they’re all too grown up now
I would travel back in time to see how Stonehenge was built.
It would also be amazing to go right back to when dinosaurs ruled, only for a short while of course!
Iram Mahmood 🙂
I would like to go back to the 80s to watch myself scoring goals for Seaton Imps!
When I first met my husband
Tudor times, really interesting time
1920’s – to master The Charleston
1960’s an era before my time but one of my faves
The 80’s because frizzy big hair was fashionable so I didn’t have to worry about taming my frizz!
I wouldn’t I’m the happiest I’ve been with a beautiful fiancee and lovely 18 month old twins