If you have a fluffy friend like a rabbit, and if you don't have one, but you just love a little rabbits, this book definitely for you!
You will find lots of useful information inside the book and also a huge photo gallery of my rabbits!
I hope you will enjoy!
See you in my new book!
Christmas is coming fast and Teggie, a very sweet bunny, wants an unusual present delivered by SantaBun this year. His brother and sister have doubts since this very large gift might eat them out of house and home--if what Teggie wants even fits in their home! Will Teggie find his fondest wish on 'Chrissamas' morning under the tree?
The first volume of Animal Songs includes four traditional children's action songs and rhymes: Gray Squirrel, The Owl Song, The Elephant, and Here is a Bunny. For each song, a free audio download is available on singandplayalong.com.
Rey is captured by an evil fox and held for ransom. He makes a few friends along the way who try and help him and the other animals who have been captured to escape. Meanwhile Reys parents are planning their own huge attack. They want their son back home where he belongs
One little bunny, one BIG PROBLEM!
Welcome to Cottontail Pines, a bustling village with many neighborly animals. Flopsy the lop-eared rabbit is chosen to be the Summer Princess at the Summer Jamboree festival. Mean 'ol Wily the fox teases her about her long ears and makes her worry she will trip over them. Will her friends be able to help her before it is too late?
Sometimes... there is an obscured disconnect between what we imagine and what we feel. And sometimes what we feel, is a ponderous part of the illusion of things we'd love to be real... And so we live, alternating our improvised happiness at will, between the things know, the things we feel, and those we'd love to be real...
“As a teaching story, the tale entertains, reinforces literacy and thinking skills, and sets the stage for deeper reflection. Mamba Media’s illustrations and simple artistic portrayal of Hayden and Friends will delight young readers, if they look closely they’ll find a second ‘story’ in the margins!”