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Late to Dinner (Nook Color/Tablet Edition)
     

Late to Dinner (Nook Color/Tablet Edition)

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by Aunt Michelle
 
NOTE: This version is specifically formatted for Nook Color and Nook Tablet. (This is not the iPad version.)

Real photos and real events are infused with colorful illustrations in this groundbreaking children's book. Rhubarb the rabbit forgot to eat breakfast, but he makes up for it—it's a day-long feast with friends!

In Late to Dinner,

Overview

NOTE: This version is specifically formatted for Nook Color and Nook Tablet. (This is not the iPad version.)

Real photos and real events are infused with colorful illustrations in this groundbreaking children's book. Rhubarb the rabbit forgot to eat breakfast, but he makes up for it—it's a day-long feast with friends!

In Late to Dinner, children of all ages will love the suburban backyard fun of Rhubarb and his special friends. This endearing, delightful story is told through actual photography of the hilarious antics of Rhubarb and his squirrel, bird, chipmunk, and dog friends as they eat, play, and comment their way through the day.

Photographed by Aunt Michelle, a wildlife lover and graphic designer, the story of Rhubarb is silly good fun... and educational, too! Kids will enjoy learning about the wildlife found right in their own backyards. Through the loveable Rhubarb they'll learn about the importance of friends and family, and what happens when we overeat. They MAY even decide they like eating vegetables!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013934498
Publisher:
Aunt Michelle
Publication date:
02/08/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
8 MB
Age Range:
3 - 5 Years

Meet the Author

Despite growing up surrounded by nature in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina, Aunt Michelle didn’t gain an appreciation for wildlife until it paraded past her and begged her attention outside the window of her home office in Alpharetta, Georgia.

Aunt Michelle runs her own graphic design business and has been photographing the antics of her backyard critters during her coffee breaks since 2004. Many of the photos featured in Late to Dinner were taken long before she even imagined a children’s book, and she does not consider herself a writer or photographer, but a storyteller.

Creating the Book

All of the events depicted are real and Aunt Michelle leaves most of the photos intact for posterity. Photo enhancements have only been made to accommodate those “not so perfect” photos that were integral to the story…oh, and Rhubarb doesn’t actually wear bunny slippers, but Aunt Michelle couldn’t resist!

Factoids: Aunt Michelle's favorite holiday is Easter and her biggest dream is to one day hold a real, live bunny.

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Late to Dinner (Nook Color/Tablet Edition) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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