Book: The Bunny and the Bear - A Cold and Frosty Winter by David Cartercategories: Book, Teddy Bear, Fairy Tales, Bunnies, Bears, Children's Tales, Children's Stories, Charming Tales, Teddybear Stories, Children's Book
David Carterabout this book: "A Cold and Frosty Winter" is the first book in a series of stories featuring the Bunny and the Bear.
In "A Cold and Frosty Winter" both the Bunny and the Bear are desperately in need of a safe and warm new home. Failing that, the Bunny is destined to spend his life on the dusty tables at antiques fairs, as he is hauled around the country, seeking a new owner, while the Bear's circumstances are even worse.
His sea captain owner is more than a little eccentric, and is soon to depart for Australia. After seeking and failing to find new accommodation for his faithful bear, as a last resort he is considering throwing him in the bin, and leaving Bear all alone to his fate.
Can Bear avoid the humiliation of being publicly bin-dumped? Can Bunny find a new home before it's too late? The only way you will ever find out the truth of it is by acquiring and reading the story.
One thing is for sure; both the Bunny and the Bear are determined to enjoy exciting new adventures, as they embark on a new era in their colourful lives.
Please note that this is a text based story book, and not a picture book. It's a tale for children of all ages, and the young-at-heart. The book runs to around 160 pages and being the first book in a series is offered at a special discounted price of just 99p for an ebook copy.
"The Bunny and the Bear – A Cold and Frosty Winter" is released on November 1st 2017, and is available prior to that on a pre-order basis. The book will be available on Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and Apple iTunes/iBooks, and most other well known ebook platforms.
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