|Pages/Publication Date:||32 / 2016|
Bunnies know that they should eat vegetables, and they should always run from the farmer's dog—even if he just wants to play. But in bunny dreams, anything can happen: a little rabbit might know the ABCs, count by 1-2-3s, find the perfect carrot, or even fly! Crafting an ideal bedtime story, the author-artist of the Caldecott Honor Book Hondo and Fabian mines this concept for all its humor, depicting bunnies that are so pudgy that they look like footballs with tiny knobs for legs.
"This surreal charmer is just the thing to encourage little heads to nod off to bunny-filled dreamland."—School Library Journal