The precocious rabbit Happy Bunny, the oldest of several bunnies in his household, is tasked with a job to locate and return to his home with many items of food that will sustain his family during the long cold winter. If he should fail, all the little bunnies and Mother and Father will face a harsh winter. On his journey, Happy Bunny encounters both friends and adversaries that try to help and hinder his task. When Happy Bunny discovers an unexpected surprise, he is able to return to his family safely.
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J. G. Olafson is a retired software engineer living in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The story of Happy Bunny was read to him many times by his mother when he was a child. The original book was a gift to his mother when she was a child. Now, he would like to share this enchanting tale with godchild, Emma, and many more children.
Melissa Marroquin began her career as an illustrator at the age of six with a marker in hand and the vast canvas that was the back of the living room sofa. A large family and the adventures they encountered gave Melissa a love for storytelling that, combined with her developing skills, drew her to the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, as well as the College of Visual Arts in Saint Paul. There, she acquired a BFA in illustration and specialized in children's books. Now, Melissa lives in Roseville with her co-adventurer and her delightful cat, Luna. She also wrote and illustrated Tide Day and illustrated Who Sees Your Scrunchy Face? by Christine Conlin.
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Book Description Beavers Pond Pr, 2015. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. 96 pages. 9.13x6.57x1.11 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 159298715X
Book Description Beaver's Pond Press, Inc., 2015. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11159298715X