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Screen Shot 2015-03-27 at 12.47.03 AMYou want more bunny, you got it!  Here’s the sequel to Mr. and Mrs. Bunny—Detectives Extraordinaire!

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In this hilarious chapter book mystery, meet a girl whose parents have been kidnapped by disreputable foxes, and a pair of detectives that also happen to be bunnies!

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Isabel is the BEST bunjitsu artist in her school. She can throw farther, kick higher, and hit harder than anyone else! But she never hurts another creature…unless she has to. This series of brief stories about Isabel’s adventures are a beguiling combination of child-friendly scenarios and Eastern wisdom perfect for the youngest readers.

Screen Shot 2014-10-12 at 11.01.29 PMBEWARE THE HARE!
Is he or isn’t he a vampire?

Before it’s too late, Harold the dog and Chester the cat must find out the truth about the newest pet in the Monroe household — a suspicious-looking bunny with unusual habits…and fangs!

Hilarious, suspenseful–a complete delight.


A funny tale that can be equally enjoyed by monster truck enthusiast and bunny lovers alike.

With a single word of dialogue on the last panel, Faller masterfully tells the story of budding friendship between a contented dog who lives alone on an island and a rabbit who literally crash lands through his treehouse window after zooming in on a cloud.

Using his imagination, a rabbit turns a cardboard box into a race car, a mountain, a burning building, a robot, and countless other things. An unidentified voice questions him with “Why are you sitting in a box?” and “Why are you squirting a box?” much to rabbit’s annoyance, who repeatedly responds, “It’s not a box!”

A unique charmer with a knowing wink to box-loving imaginative children everywhere. The carefully chosen, limited color palette of black, white, brown, red and yellow and simple line drawings prove that it doesn’t take much to be pleasing. The cardboard cover stands out on the shelf and beckons hands to reach for it.

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