Jump into Spring with Bunnies Max & Ruby at the Hoboken Public Library

26 Apr

I brought my son home from the hospital on Easter and perhaps because of this bunnies have always been a favorite of his.  And if like him your little one is a fan of bunnies then they will love Rosemary Wells’s brother/sister rabbit duo Max & Ruby.

And we have big news: Wells will be here at the Library on Saturday June 10! There will be  a program for kids, plus one for adults about encouraging children to read as part of our 2017 Hoboken Library Fair. Stay tuned for more details about time and other specifics. Till then consider borrowing some of these books and videos.

Print Picture Books

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Max & Ruby’s Treasure Hunt

A rainy day doesn’t stop the bunny siblings’ fun, when Grandma creates a treasure hunt for them in Max & Ruby’s Treasure Hunt.

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Max’s Bunny Business
In Max’s Bunny Business, little brother Max causes trouble when his sister and friend decide to have a lemonade stand.

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Max & Ruby at the Warthogs’ Wedding
Max is the ring bear for the Warthogs’ wedding; of course he loses the ring. Can he and Ruby find it in time?

DVDs

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Max & Ruby: Everybunny Loves Spring!
This is the perfect time to borrow the DVD Everybunny Loves Spring and enjoy some spring adventures with Max and Ruby.

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Max & Ruby: Bunny Party
Ruby and Max each think they know the perfect cake for grandma. Will she get Ruby’s Angel Surprise Cake or Max’s Earthworm Cake? I know which one I’d want if I were attending the Bunny Party.

Streaming Videos from Hoopla

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Max & Ruby Seasons 1-5
With Hoopla, you can watch episodes of season one through five of the popular cartoon, Max & Ruby, based on Wells’ characters. Hoboken library patrons have 20 Hoopla checkouts per month–perfect for family binge watching on a rainy weekend.

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A Visit With Rosemary Wells
If you can’t wait till June, then right now you can borrow A Visit With Rosemary Wells to get insight from Rosemary Wells about her life and inspiration for some of her stories.

-Written by Aimee Harris, Head of Reference

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