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A laugh-filled, bunny-filled new picture book from author-illustrator dream team Tammi Sauer and Ross Burach, just in time for Easter baskets and spring celebrations.
From the author of Wordy Birdy and the illustrator of The Very Impatient Caterpillar comes a hilarious picture book about a super-sassy bunny who tries to save himself and his cotton-tailed pals from a wolf by conning him into thinking they are not bunnies, despite the fact that a.) they are very clearly bunnies and b.) more and more (and more!) bunnies keep showing up. How many bunnies are in this book? A LOT!
Young readers and their parents won't be able to stop giggling at this chatty, boisterous, fur-filled, fun-filled caper.
About the Author
TAMMI SAUER is a full-time children's book author who has written numerous picture books, including Wordy Birdy, Cowboy Camp; Chicken Dance; Nugget & Fang; Your Alien; and Mary Had a Little Glam. In addition to winning awards, Tammi's books have gone on to do great things: Chicken Dance: The Musical is currently on a national tour, and Your Alien, an NPR Best Book of 2015, has been published in Italian, Spanish, Korean, and French. Tammi and her family live in Edmond, Oklahoma. Visit Tammi online at tammisauer.com and on Twitter at @SauerTammi.
ROSS BURACH is an author, illustrator, and full-time picture book maker. Ever since he was a kid, Ross has loved combining words and pictures to create humor. Ross has written and Illustrated over fifteen books, including The Very Impatient Caterpillar; I Am Not A Chair; Truck Full of Ducks; There's a Giraffe in My Soup; and the Bumble and Bee easy reader series. He lives in New York City with his wife and kids, who provide a ton of silly inspiration. Learn about his work at rossburach.com and follow him on Twitter at @RBurach.
"Bun-dles of fun."—Kirkus
"A hilarious parable about the danger of making assumptions."—Booklist
"With over-the-top narration and humorous, crayon-textured illustrations, Sauer and Burach provide a comic send-up to all that’s lovable about fluffy-tailed friends—one that ends fittingly with a basket of treats."—Publishers Weekly
"A laugh-out-loud book. . . . Comical dialogue lends itself superbly for reading aloud at story time, expertly complemented by Burach’s humorously detailed and brightly colored spreads. . . . A sweet story with a hop-pily ever after."—School Library Journal