Ten years ago, renowned gallery artist Brandi Milne and independent publishing company Baby Tattoo created a wonderfully quirky and ridiculously sweet picture book with the perfectly awkward title So Good For Little Bunnies. The story was illustrated with Brandi’s distinctly recognizable art, of course, but it also used whimsical writing to tell a tale of youthful exuberance. The entire print run sold out, and the book became a collector’s item. For years, fans have been asking where they can find a copy. Drumroll please… So Good For Little Bunnies is about to be re-released in an embellished 10th Anniversary Edition with a reimagined cover and unique die-cut endpapers. As described when the book was originally published in 2008... "Be Be and her little bunny doll Ginger Finley embark on a summertime journey to Yummy Town Carnivale. Along the way, they are joined by a big oaf named Hoxie Clark, a one-eyed lemonade vendor named Captain Solo and a nameless surly beast. This nothing-but-fun adventure is narrated with childlike abandon. The untamed prose is filled with unusual descriptions and unexpected detours that will have adults scratching their heads but will leave kids smiling with glee. Packed with beautiful art and whimsical heart, this book is sure to be so good for all the little bunnies on your shopping list."
|Publisher:||Baby Tattoo Books|
|Edition description:||10th Anniversary Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.00(d)|
|Age Range:||1 - 16 Years|
About the Author
Milne grew up surrounded by a wealth of happy inspiration... classic cartoons, coloring books, Sid and Marty Kroft TV shows, fanciful toys, vibrant candies, and kitchy fabrics and notions of all kinds. Self-taught and emotionally driven, Milne creates work that appeals to young and old alike with a heaping amount of humor wrapped in a delicious candy-coated finish. Brandi's paintings are showcased and celebrated internationally in fine art galleries, and they have been featured prominently in Hi-Fructose and Juxtapoz magazines.