There's No One I Love Like You

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North South, Jan 1, 2013 - Children's stories - 28 pages
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"Brayden Bunny doesn't feel like picking up his toys or washing his whiskers. It'd be so much easier to live with his friends, so Brayden decides to give it a try. But every new home he visits come with a new problem: Missy Mouse's house is too messy, Benny Badger's house smells a little funny, and Fipsi Squirrel's house is too high. At last Brayden Bunny visits his Cousin Pepi. Everything there is perfect and easy, but it doesn't take long for Brayden to realized that something-- or someone-- very important is missing."--Jacket.

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User Review  - Sarah Volkmann - Goodreads

Cover is misleading. I expected much cuteness, it was lacking. Illustrations make up for the so so plot. good for storytime themes family, rabbits, mothers. Read full review

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User Review  - Crystal - Goodreads

Never too early to learn that the grass isn't always greener on the other side. Read full review

About the author (2013)

Jutta Langreuter was born in Copenhagen, Denmark. She runs a children's bookstore in Munich and is the author of many wonderful books for children.

Stefanie Dahle was born in Schwerin, Germany in 1981. She studied illustration at the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg. She works as a freelance illustrator specializing in literature for children and young adults. She has been active as an author since 2009 and lives with her husband in the Lüneburg Heath region of Lower Saxony.

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