The Hungry Little Bunny
Suzanne B. Farrior
(Ivy House Pub Group, July 15, 2004)
We all like to feel a sense of security and, perhaps, that a silent friend is watching over and guiding us toward safe pastures. This is especially true for children. Childhood is a time for exploration and taking those tentative steps toward becoming an individual; yet caring and guiding hands are needed to help in this journey. In her latest childrens book, "The Hungry Little Bunny," Suzanne Farrior explores the importance of kindness and generosity, and how everyone, even bunny rabbits, needs a helping hand. "My book concentrates on good character traits such as kindness and caring for others," states the author, and illustrated amongst the beautifully wistful drawings and the catchy rhyming words, she has done just this. While searching for a grassy dinner, a lop-eared bunny becomes lost in a snowstorm. With the trees and ground covered in a white blanket, the bunny becomes frightened and wonders how he will ever find food for his dinner menu. Yet unknown to him, an Angel Hare friend is waiting to lend a kind and gentle hand. With a reassuring message of caring and protection, children will love this tale and understand that help is only a call away.