Stunt Bunny: Tour Troubles

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 18, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 112 pages
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Harriet Houdini: Stunt Bunny is back in action, this time as the star of Superpets Live!

With visions of posh hotels, meeting adoring fans and performing her famous bunny-backflips in front of live audiences, Harriet can't wait for the tour of Superpets. But evil Miranda wants her opera-singing poodle, Doodle, to be the headline act… whatever it takes. So Harriet's going to need all her Stunt Bunny tricks to make sure she remains the star of the show!
 

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About the author (2011)

Tamsyn Murray was born in Cornwall but now lives in London with her husband and daughter. She writes books for children of all ages. Snug as a Bug is her first picture book. She has also written the Stunt Bunny series of young fiction for Simon & Schuster, along with a teen fiction series for Picadilly.

Lee Wildish became interested in illustration and art at a very young age. As soon as he graduated from the University of Nottingham he started working as a graphic designer for an advertising agency, learning the ins and outs of graphics and corporate literature. Several years later he ventured into greeting cards, where he produced illustrations and design concepts from inception through completion. Lee now loves to illustrate children's books and adds humor to his work whenever possible. He believes that there’s nothing more warming than seeing people enjoying a published book that he has illustrated. Lee now lives in Nottingham, England.

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