Hello, My Name is Bunny! London (Book two)


The story brims with worthy lessons about responsibility, altruism, and respect for animals, providing a perfect platform for discussions about these important topics between kids and adults…This romp’s adventures—and lessons in kindness—make a cat an adorable role model.“—Kirkus Reviews

Foxes in peril! No problem. Bunny Bloom to the rescue! Inspired by a real-life shelter cat, Hello, My Name is Bunny! London is the tale of a small kitty with a big heart who’s finally found her fur-ever home and is on a mission to pay forward her good fortune.

In this second story in the award-winning Hello, My Name is Bunny! series, Bunny teams up with 10-year-old Lily Hayward, Rocky, the lazy tabby cat, and Goldy, the adorable and mischievous golden labrador puppy, on a daring adventure that takes them through nighttime London in a bold attempt to save the city’s foxes.

Will Team Bunny succeed? Join her and her brave, loyal friends on their incredible journey to find out!

Inspired by real-life rescue cat, Bunny Bloom, Hello, My Name is Bunny! London is the second book in the Hello, My Name is Bunny! chapter book series, which also includes Hello, My Name is Bunny! New York City, Hello, My Name is Bunny! Paris, and Hello, My Name is Bunny! Tokyo.

Suitable for elementary school children aged six and above, and cat lovers of every age. Published in softcover, hardcover, and ebook formats. Each book is 9.5” H x 8” W. 79 pages.

We donate $2 to KittyKind for every book we sell here. From time-to-time we also donate to a small number of New York-based shelter groups working to make life better for homeless cats and kittens.

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ISBN: 978-0-9976425-4-4


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