Vendor
Mohrbooks Literary Agency
Published by
Nancy Paulsen Books (2020-12-29)
Current material
2nd Pass Pages
Original language
English
Themas
Children’s picture books
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BUNNY ROO AND DUCKLING TOO

by Marr, MelissaWhite, Teagan

A loving mama has fun sharing the various animals her growing child resembles, in this delightful companion to Bunny Roo, I Love You.

When you touched the water, you squawked and splashed.
I thought you'd become a duckling, so I jumped in to play with you.

It's hard to keep up with an energetic toddler, and as an adoring mom tries to, she describes all the frisky young animals her little one reminds her of--from a hopping frog and a squirming snake, to her adorable cuddly bunny.

Melissa Marr writes fiction for adults, teens, and children. Her books have been translated into 28 languages and been bestsellers in the US (New York Times, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal) as well as in various countries overseas. She also wrote the picture books Baby Dragon, Baby Dragon! and Bunny Roo, I Love You, and she is well-known for the Wicked Lovely series for teens and the Graveminder series for adults. She lives in Arizona with her spouse, children, and many dogs.

Teagan White (www.teaganwhite.com) wrote and illustrated Adventures with Barefoot Critters. She is a freelance designer and illustrator from Chicago, now living and working in Minnesota, where she earned her BFA in Illustration from the Minneapolis College of Art & Design in 2012. Her clients include Target, Papyrus, Anthropologie, Honda, Nike, Wired magazine, and The Washington Post.

Available rights (1)

Language Territory Type Vendor Status
German World All

Mohrbooks Literary Agency
Sebastian Ritscher

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Comments

Marr and White produce a toddler sequel to Bunny Roo, I Love You... Pale, creamy backgrounds and sparse details keep the focus on the parent-child relationship, which is very sweet and tender, especially in the closing vignette of mother holding a snuggly child... Both a sweet lap-read and a gentle exhortation that caregivers interact with their children.

Review: Kirkus

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