Little Eric Bunny

Little Eric Bunny

by Denita Johnson


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Join Little Eric Bunny as he shares that his family is not so perfect, because of his little sisters he thinks, and starts to wonder if other families are any better. Eric will realize after a tiring day and visiting other families that they too are not so perfect. Children will learn to enjoy their own family and all of the imperfectness.

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ISBN-13: 9781491859759
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication date: 01/31/2014
Pages: 26
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.05(d)

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Little Eric Bunny

By Denita Johnson, Mary Gillot

AuthorHouse LLC

Copyright © 2014 Denita Johnson
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ISBN: 978-1-4918-5975-9


Little Eric was a bunny who lived in the woods where the animals lived peacefully with their families. They had their dens, trees and holes and could hear the sounds of woodpeckers pecking at the trees and leaves rustling all around. With the fresh smell of pine and berries in the air.

Little Eric was a fun loving, happy bunny. He was better known as Little E around the woods. He was very proud of his name because he was named after his dad Big E. Little E loved his home with his dad, mom and three little sisters. Although his sisters could be a handful sometimes.

Little Es sisters loved him very much and always wanted to do everything he wanted to do. They bothered his things, and woke him up and wanted to play very early in the morning. Sometimes he didn't mind because he thought his sisters were cute and nice to have around. Little E would never tell them that though.

When he didn't want to be bothered, Little E would just go about his way and try to ignore his sisters. But, one particular day his sisters drew the line and made him very upset. While sitting at the table, one of his sisters came to see what he was doing and spilled milk all over the paper on which he was drawing his comic strip. To make matters worse, Little Es mom told him another sister had accidently broken one of his favorite toys; when she shouldn't have been in his room in the first place. But, the last straw was when his baby sister lost the cool pencil he was saving to show everyone. Plus, it was one of the pencils he used to draw his comic strips. Little E became so upset with his sisters that he told them they were the worst sisters ever.

His dad, Big E told him that what he said was not a nice thing to say and maybe he should go for a walk and calm down. Little E decided a walk would be good to get away from his little sisters. When he began his walk, Little E wondered if he would be better off with another family. As he walked, Little E saw the bear family. The bear family had twin brothers and they seemed to have so much fun at their house. However, when Little E went over to play, the bear brothers only wanted to wrestle. They played too rough for a little bunny.


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