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Mini Rabbit Must Help

John Bond



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05 August 2020
Children's & Educational
Mini Rabbit is back in another adventure from leading new talent John Bond!

Mini Rabbit has a VERY important letter to post. Mini Rabbit is being VERY helpful.

Mini Rabbit will NOT lose the letter, WILL be very careful, and definitely will NOT be late...

Another hilarious adventure featuring the irrepressibly enthusiastic Mini Rabbit. Wittily told and beautifully illustrated from dynamic new author/illustrator talent John Bond.
By:   John Bond
Imprint:   HARPER360
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 271mm,  Width: 265mm,  Spine: 10mm
Weight:   470g
ISBN:   9780008264888
ISBN 10:   0008264880
Series:   Mini Rabbit
Pages:   32
Publication Date:   05 August 2020
Recommended Age:   From 3 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Forthcoming

John Bond studied Illustration at Kingston University and worked for 7 years at an award-winning creative agency before becoming a full-time illustrator and designer. John is married and has two young children. He lives and works in Worthing. Join John's 130k+ followers on Instagram: @iamjohnbond

Reviews for Mini Rabbit Must Help

A debut picture book from John Bond, Mini Rabbit Not Lost (HarperCollins), mixes silliness with a Jon Klassen-like note of piquant peril. Mini Rabbit loves cake - but cake can't be baked without berries. Off he goes, on a foolhardy mission to find some. Catchphrases ( Not lost! , Cake cake cake! ) and an unexpected final twist make for great appeal. The Guardian Mini Rabbit will stop at nothing for cake. Off he goes, bouncing over mountains and meadows, hollering 'caaaaake!', in search of berries to finish off his mum's latest creation. With his colourful debut picture book, Mini Rabbit Not Lost, and it's teeny wide-eyed star, author-illustrator John Bond brilliantly captures the single-mindedness of small children and how everyday desires can spark epic quests for them. It's also very witty, both pictorially (look closely and almost every page has berries missed by Mini Rabbit) and with the punchline, once he's home and offered cake: 'No, thank you,' he says. 'Can I have some ice cream?' HarperCollins has signed Bond up for a three-book deal and after this helping readers will certainly want seconds. The Guardian / The Observer

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