The Bunny of Bluebell Hill by Tim Preston
  

Synopsis

The Bunny of Bluebell Hill by Tim Preston

Bunny thinks her house is boring, so she decides to look for a new place to live. But wherever Bunny goes, nothing seems right. Will she ever find her ideal home? Adorably illustrated by Lorna Hussey, this story with a gentle moral is sure to be cherished by youngsters.

About the Author

Tim Preston is a freelance author of a number of children's books. He wrote the popular Templar titles Pumpkin Moon, illustrated by Simon Bartram, and Lonely Scarecrow, illustrated by Maggie Kneen. Lorna Hussey has been drawing since before she could write. She studied illustration at Manchester Polytechnic, where she was taught by Tony Ross. Publishing clients since have included Bloomsbury, Usborne, Hachette and Kingfisher.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Tim Preston
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Publisher

Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st August 2013

ISBN

9781848777644


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