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Lord and Lady Bunny--Almost Royalty! (Library Binding)
In this hilarious sequel to "Mr. and Mrs. Bunny Detectives Extraordinaire "that even includes a guest appearance by J. K. Rowling a.k.a. "Oldwhatshername" Madeleine wants nothing more than to save money for college, but her impractical, ex-hippie parents are broke. When the family unexpectedly inherits a sweet shoppe in England that has the potential to earn serious profit, they see an answer to all their problems. . . . Meanwhile, Mr. and Mrs. Bunny formerly of the detecting persuasion are looking for new professions, and Mrs. Bunny decides she would like to be Queen. Soon they, too, are headed across the pond. Brought to you by National Book Award-winning author Polly Horvath and Caldecott Medal winning illustrator Sophie Blackall, the adventures of Madeleine and the Bunnys are zanier than ever.
"From the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
MRS. BUNNY is the author of "Mr. and Mrs. Bunny Detectives Extraordinaire!"
POLLY HORVATH is one of the most highly acclaimed authors writing today. Among her many books are "The Canning Season "(National Book Award winner and YA Canadian Book of the Year), "Everything on a Waffle "(Newbery Honor Book), "The Trolls" (National Book Award Finalist), "My One Hundred Adventures "(Amazon Best Book and multiple best of the year lists), "Northward to the Moon" (Oprah's Book Club Kid's Reading List, Parent's Choice Gold Award), and, most recently, "One Year in Coal Harbor."
SOPHIE BLACKALL received the Caldecott Medal for"Finding Winnie"by Lindsay Mattick. She is the illustrator of"A Fine Dessert"by Emily Jenkins, a"New York Times"Best Illustrated Book;"The Mighty Lalouche"by Matthew Olshan, a"School Library Journal"Best Book of the Year; and"Ruby's Wish"by Shirin Yim Bridges, an Ezra Jack Keats New Illustrator Award winner. She has also illustrated the bestselling Ivy and Bean series by Annie Barrows.A native of Australia, she lives in Brooklyn, New York. Visit her at SophieBlackall.com "From the Hardcover edition.""