No More Bottles for Bunny by Bernette Ford
  

Synopsis

No More Bottles for Bunny by Bernette Ford

Ducky and Piggy are having a tea party with their younger friend Bunny. But Bunny can't join in the real fun because he won't stop sucking on his bottle. Ducky says she will be the mummy, Piggy says he will be the daddy and they ask Bunny to be the baby because he has a bottle. But Bunny doesn't want to be the baby and stops sucking and starts to drink from a cup to show what a big boy he really is.

About the Author

Bernette Ford has written many books for children. A children's book publisher for many years, she now works as a children's book consultant and packager through her company Color-Bridge Books. Bernette lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband, George Ford, an award-winning illustrator. Sam Williams is best known for his picture books, including No More Bottles for Bunny! and Ballet Kitty for Boxer Books. He lives with his wife in Hertfordshire, England.

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Book Info

Format

Board book
26 pages
Interest Age: From To 3

Author

Bernette Ford
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Publisher

Boxer Books Limited

Publication date

2nd October 2008

ISBN

9781906250195


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