?In this second book in the Walnut Animal Society series, following Henry's Bright Idea--Magnolia the Bunny explores the grove with her friends Margaux the Kitty and Chester the Raccoon, looking for that elusive, special place that will complete her map. Deep in the shade of a walnut grove stands a tall tree house. A delightful group of friends gathers here. They call themselves the Walnut Animal Society. Their mission is to create and to always remain curious. The Walnut Animal Society is busy preparing for a very special event. The Society Soiree comes just once a month, when the night is clear and the stars are bright. Tonight it is Magnolia the Bunny's turn to share. Everyone is excited. Everyone but Magnolia, that is. It has taken her months of exploring and sketching and picture-snapping to create her latest map--a map of the walnut grove. There's just one problem. Her map isn't finished. Magnolia's map is missing a spot. Will she finish it in time?
This is a very cute book. The illustrations are beautiful. It was very fun to see the animals with their special tasks that they were trying to complete in time for a special event.
Lauren Bradshaw is a designer of handmade dolls called Walnut Animal Society. Magnolia’s Magnificent Map is the second in a series of Walnut Animal Society books for children, the first being Henry’s Bright Idea. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee.View Author
Wednesday Kirwan is the illustrator of Henry’s Bright Idea and Magnolia’s Magnificent Map in the Walnut Animal Society series by Lauren Bradshaw. She also works for the children’s clothing company Tea Collection. She lives with her husband in Oakland, California.View Illustrator