The Dumb Bunnies' Easter - (Scholastic Bookshelf) by Dav Pilkey (Paperback)
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About the BookFrom the creator of Captain Underpants comes a celebration of Easter thats so dumb its really about Christmas. The silliest rabbit family ever is back, this time creating more holiday mayhem than anyone thought possible. Full color.
Book SynopsisFrom the hilarious Dav Pilkey, the annual Easter bestseller that's so dumb it's actually about Christmas--now in Scholastic Bookshelf!From the mind of children's book creator Dav Pilkey comes another tale of bunnies so dippy, so doofy, and so supremely DUMB, it will have you laughing all the way down the bunny trail. (Did we mention this book is actually about Christmas?)
From the Back CoverOnce upon a time, there were three dumb bunnies. Momma Bunny was really dumb. Poppa Bunny was even dumber. Andy Baby Bunny was the dumbest bunny of all. Now it's December 24th, and the Dumb Bunnies are busy getting ready for their favorite holiday
About the Author
When Dav Pilkey was a kid, he was diagnosed with ADHD and dyslexia. Dav was so disruptive in class that his teachers made him sit out in the hallway every day. Luckily, Dav loved to draw and make up stories. He spent his time in the hallway creating his own original comic books -- the very first adventures of Dog Man and Captain Underpants.
In college, Dav met a teacher who encouraged him to write and illustrate for kids. He took her advice and created his first book, World War Won, which won a national competition in 1986. Dav made many other books before being awarded the California Young Reader Medal for Dog Breath (1994) and the Caldecott Honor for The Paperboy (1996).
In 2002, Dav published his first full-length graphic novel for kids, called The Adventures of Super Diaper Baby. It was both a USA Today and New York Times bestseller. Since then, he has published more than a dozen full-length graphic novels for kids, including the bestselling Dog Man and Cat Kid Comic Club series.
Dav's stories are semi-autobiographical and explore universal themes that celebrate friendship, empathy, and the triumph of the good-hearted.
When he is not making books for kids, Dav loves to kayak with his wife in the Pacific Northwest.