Spencer the bunny's older brothers frighten him with stories about Frankenbunny and other monsters until Spencer figures out how to overcome his fears and his brothers.
Human Development Degree, Book-loving aunt
This book is pretty funny and has great illustrations. It's all about how monsters aren't real, but little bunny's older brothers convince him that there is such a thing as Frankenbunny. When little bunny learns it's all just a scare tactic, he decides to scare his older brothers and convince them that Frankenbunny really is real! While it's an enjoyable read, it does have some mischievous themes and he calls his brothers "rats" for scaring him.
Jill Esbaum is the author of many award-winning picture books and has also written 20+ nonfiction books for National Geographic. She visits schools as often as possible and enjoys teaching writing across the country. She is the creator and administrator of a group picture book blog, www.picturebookbuilders.com Jill grew up in small-town Iowa. She LOVED everything about school and spent her free time creating comic strips, trying to get kittens to follow her home, and playing Barbie beauty pageant with the neighbor girls. One of her favorite possessions was the mini flashlight that illuminated post-bedtime, undercover reading marathons with Nancy Drew.View Author
ALICE BRERETON grew up in Minneapolis, MN. Her artwork is colorful, textured, and shape oriented. Alice has won many awards from her school, the Academy of Art University, and was an Adobe Design Achievement Awards Semifinalist in 2011 and 2013.View Illustrator