Ribbit Rabbit

By Candace Ryan; Mike Lowery (Illustrator)
(Walker & Company, Hardcover, 9780802721808, 32pp.)

Publication Date: February 2011

List Price: $12.99*
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Selected by Indie Booksellers for the Spring 2011 Kids' Next List
“Ryan's clever Ribbit Rabbit is sure to entertain, delight, and amuse readers of all ages! Frog and Bunny are best friends who do everything together. Whether drawing pictures, swimming, or fighting monsters, the two are inseparable. Of course, Frog and Bunny can't always see eye to eye, but the two are too close to let little things come between them. With clever puns and fabulous action verbs, Ryan crafts a masterpiece, and Lowery's illustrations are winningly simplistic and amusing.”
-- Rebecca Moore, Hooray for Books!, Alexandria, VA


Description

Frog and Bunny are best friends. RIBBIT, RABBIT! They do everything together, like fight monsters (ZIP IT, ZAP IT!). And even though they get in fights sometimes-YIP IT, YAP IT!-they always make up in the end.

Ribbit, Rabbit features an effortlessly clever text that, in less than 150 words, captures the ups and downs of young friendships. Combined with adorably hip and fresh illustrations and an irresistible package, Ribbit, Rabbit is the perfect choice for the youngest of readers.




About the Author
Candace Ryan is a classically, trained chef from New York City, who specializes in what she has coined "Divine Dining" food to awaken, inspire and indulge each aspect of a woman's mind, body and spirit. Mental and emotion- al wellness are equally as important as physical wellness, and Candace infuses each recipe with the intention of tapping into the Divine Feminine that rests within each and every woman. When she is not cooking, Candace finds her escape in the halls of the Met, fine dining all over New York City and helping other women find their way on the path of mastering their inner Goddess.

Mike Lowery has illustrated numerous children's books, including the Ken Jennings' Junior Genius Guides series and What Can a Crane Pick Up? by Rebecca Kai Dotlich. A professor of illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design, he lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
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