The Bad Easter Bunny by Isabel Atherton


The Bad Easter Bunny by Isabel Atherton

The Easter Bunny is tired of being taken advantage of. Children swarm him for candy and never seem to notice his generosity. It's gotten so bad, in fact, that the Easter Bunny's beautiful pink fur has started to change a variety of colors, from a sad blue to an irate red! And he's had enough. He's decided to become the Bad Easter Bunny (aka BEB) and to start wrecking havoc all around town. Easter will not be a pleasant time this year for the children unless BEB is able to cool his temper. All it takes, in the end, is a simple thank you from a little girl to start BEB back on the right track. They share some chocolate and soon, the Easter Bunny is back, pink fur and all. And children have learned the importance of being gracious and saying the magic words.


French illustrator Rohr gleefully depicts the rabbit s tantrum as it yells at passersby and destroys Easter goodies . . . children should . . . giggle over this good bunny gone bad. --Publishers Weekly

About the Author

Isabel Atherton is an author, a literary agent, and director of Creative Authors Ltd. When she is not helping her authors she likes to write illustrated books herself. She is the author of Zombie Cat, an illustrated adult humor book, and Smelly Ghost, a children's picture book due out in fall 2013.Stephanie Rohr is a French illustrator and creative. She earned a distinction from ECV Paris (Art and Design Communication School). Her mother is a nursery and primary school headmistress, so she grew up surrounded by children's books. This, in turn, has led her to have a passion for picture book illustrations. She loves funny, playful, happy, or even a bit dark and silly stories. These themes are a real playground for her unique style. Her first book, Count the Sheep to Sleep, was published by Sky Pony Press.

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32 pages


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Publication date

21st March 2013



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