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Children's Fiction Dogs

Baxter and the Blue Bunny

by (author) Lorraine Johnson

illustrated by Wendi Nordell

Publisher
Your Nickel's Worth Publishing
Initial publish date
Sep 2019
Category
Dogs, Emotions & Feelings
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9781988783413
    Publish Date
    Sep 2019
    List Price
    $12.95

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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels

  • Age: 3 to 6
  • Grade: p to 1

Description

The fetching tale of a lovable pup... a heartfelt story about wanting to belong. Baxter has finally found his forever home, and he loves his new family. But everything goes wrong when Blue Bunny, his new best friend, goes missing!

About the authors

After three decades of gardeningand almost as long writing about itLorraine Johnson still gets excited (and unrealistic!) every spring about the amount of space she has in her small city frontyard and backyard. So she regularly scrounges space from others: in community gardens, at family members houses, even city parks Her interests are mainly in the ways that growing plants (for food, for environmental benefits) nurtures the good in ourselves and the world. She views gardening as a deep and meaningful conversation with the planet. Johnson was the president of the North American Native Plant Society and is the author of numerous books on gardening and environmental issues, including The New Ontario Naturalized Garden, The Gardeners Manifesto, and City Farmer: Adventures in Urban Food Growing. Lorraine is much-in-demand throughout North America as a garden speaker on native plants. She currently lives in Toronto.

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Wendi Nordell currently lives in northern Alberta with her husband, two dogs, a cat, six chickens, and occasionally one or more of her three adult children. Wendi has been drawing since she was a child: she claims to have never been bored as long as there was a pen or pencil and a blank surface to draw on. Her parents were always supportive of her artistic pursuits and even allowed murals to be created on bedroom walls in the family home when she was a teenager. She always has a sketchbook with her, and if she isn’t actively drawing or painting, she is thinking about it. Wendi was thrilled when her uncle, Edward Willett, approached her about collaborating on this project. She shares a passion with her uncle for fictitious characters and events, and although this is her first time drawing science-fiction-based illustrations, she has found them very rewarding to create. You can find Wendi online on Instagram (wendinordellart) and Facebook (Wendi Nordell Art).

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