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Mr. and Mrs. Bunny Series

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Mr. and Mrs. Bunny Series : Titles in Order

Book 2
This hilarious sequel to Mr. and Mrs. Bunny-Detectives Extraordinaire! is a bunny-rific “tail” 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.
Book 1
From National Book Award winner Polly Horvath comes a hopping mad mystery that’s perfect for Easter baskets everywhere!

In this hilarious chapter book mystery, meet a girl whose parents have been kidnapped by disreputable foxes, and a pair of detectives that also happen to be bunnies! When Madeline gets home from school one afternoon to discover that her parents have gone missing, she sets off to find them. So begins a once-in-a-lifetime adventure involving a cast of unforgettable characters. There’s Mr. and Mrs. Bunny, who drive a smart car, wear fedoras, and hate marmots; the Marmot, who loves garlic bread and is a brilliant translator; and many others. Translated from the Rabbit by Newbery Honor-winning author Polly Horvath, and beautifully illustrated by Caldecott Medal winner Sophie Blackall, here is a book that kids will both laugh over and love.

“National Book Award-winner Polly Horvath’s latest, a rabbity romp complete with whimsical illustrations and a quirky cast of characters, has both the look and feel of a classic children’s book,” raves The Washington Post.
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