Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Two Bunny Buddies

by Joe Cepeda, Kathryn O. Galbraith


Can friends who fight make it right?

Format: Hardcover
ISBN-13/ EAN: 9780544176522
ISBN-10: 0544176529
Pages: 32
Publication Date: 03/04/2014
Carton Quantity: 40
Grade Level: P,K,1,2,3
Age Range: 4,5,6,7,8

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What happens when you have a spat with your best bunny buddy? You might hop, hop, hop in different directions . . . but when you find the juiciest berries and the sweetest clover, there won’t be anyone nearby to share them! Quick! Hop, hop, hop back down the path to find your buddy again. Even when you disagree, everything in life is much more delicious with a bunny buddy at your side. In very few words and vibrant pictures, this is a story of a friendship, a fight, and a reconciliation—just what every bunny needs to hear sometimes.

Joe Cepeda

Joe Cepeda is the illustrator of many vibrant and popular picture books, including The Journey of Oliver K. Woodman by Darcy Pattison and Cub's Big World by Sarah L. Thomson. He lives in Southern California. www.joecepeda.com Read More


Kathryn O. Galbraith

Kathryn O. Galbraith is the author of many playful and poetic picture books, including Boo, Bunny!, illustrated by Jeff Mack. She lives in Tacoma, Washington. http://www.kathrynogalbraith.com Read More


"One thing is certain: it's easier to go on when one has a full stomach and a good friend to lean on during naptime."
Publishers Weekly

"The spare text evocatively captures the spat and reconciliation. Cepeda's charming, digitally enhanced line drawings show the floppy-eared companions expressing a range of emotions, form squinty-eyed anger to open-armed jubilation."
School Library Journal

"The volatility of the preschool temperament is showcased in this sweet picture book about conflict resolution...Emergent readers could tackle this book on their own, but this is a story best shared. Preferably with a buddy."
—Booklist

"Learning how to navigate the path of friendship is an important part of life, and these bunny buddies learn a lesson that is gently, beautifully shown rather than told...This will appeal to a wide age range, from young preschoolers through emergent independent readers."
—Kirkus, starred review