Spring Bunny Scavenger Hunt Update

Four years ago I shared the Spring Bunny Scavenger Hunt I created as a passive spring break program. It features 9 book character bunnies you can hide around your library for kids to search and find.

Since it’s been four years and the kids at my library have seen these bunnies already, I enlisted the help of my lovely co-worker Laura F. to create 6 new bunnies we could swap in. Thank you, Laura, for your amazing artistic skills!

The scavenger hunt sheet and original files can all be downloaded in the first post. You can download the new bunnies here. (And you can get even more bunnies in the 2023 update!)

Children’s Librarian Christine McManus from the London Public Library in London, Ontario created two more bunnies that she has graciously agreed to share. Check out Paddington and Pippi!

If you are looking for more scavenger hunt ideas, check out my Book Character Silhouette Scavenger Hunt too.


14 thoughts on “Spring Bunny Scavenger Hunt Update

  1. These are the cutest bunnies ever! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Thank you so much for sharing your work and ideas.

    1. Thank you for the recognition 🙂

  3. We always have a scavenger hunt going on, and these will be great to put up the week I do my rabbit-themed storytime! Thanks for sharing!

  4. I was just thinking about doing this again this year. The kids absolutely loved it last time. Thank you so much!

    1. That’s so great to hear! I just wrapped mine up and they loved it too.

  5. Inspired by your first bunnies, we made a few of our own. Just came across the updated ones. It’s a bit humorous to me that Yoda and Fancy Nancy were among ours as well. Anyway, thanks for the inspiration, and the bunnies!

  6. If anyone wants to see our bunnies, we’d be glad to share them as well. They include (in addition to Yoda and Fancy Nancy) Molly of Denali, Pikachu, Minecraft, Knuffle Bunny, and Corduroy.

    1. That’s amazing, Sarah! If you could email me a pdf of the bunnies I will gladly add them to this post. Just let me know how you’d like to be credited. My email is jbrary@gmail.com

  7. Where did you get the bunny outline from?


    1. Hi Christina, unfortunately I don’t remember! I made it back in 2015 and I should have mentioned that in the original blog post but I didn’t. Sorry!

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