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|Author||Richardson & Dunn|
|Publisher||Impossible Dreams Publishing|
|Number of pages||48|
|Release date||January 2023|
Can a lone girl rabbit with all the odds stacked against her actually surprise boastful Jimmy Squirrel to win the big tree house construction contest?
It is the end of summer and the beginning of a new school year, Jimmy Squirrel, whose dad owns the biggest construction company in the city, agrees to a tree house contest. To everyone’s surprise, Paisley Rabbit, who has never touched a hammer or a nail and has no one to help her, is a long shot to win. But the imaginative and determined Paisley, demonstrates her resourcefulness and strategic planning abilities that eventually amazes her friends and silences the smug Jimmy Squirrel.
Chris Dunn's phenomenal talent exquisitely complements this delightful tale of defying the odds and believing in yourself, proving that imagination, cooperation, and compassion will always win the odds.
And critics agree, because Paisley Rabbit and the Treehouse Contest is the recipient of two well-deserved awards: Book of the Year (Creative Child Magazine) and Best Picture Book (Indie Book Awards).
Steve Richardson is a five-time award-winning author from Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is also the author of Lavender Blue and The Faeries of Galtee Wood, illustrated by Larry MacDougall; Billy’s Mountain, illustrated by Herb Leonhard; Alexander Trout’s Amazing Adventure, illustrated by Marie Beschorner; Canlandia, illustrated by Fiona Sansom; and The Night Before Christmas, also illustrated by Chris Dunn.
Visit Steve's website to learn more about his work.
Christopher Dunn is an illustrator living in Wiltshire, UK. He also collaborated with Steve Richardson for the wonderfully and gloriously illustrated The Night Before Christmas. He has also illustrated a beautiful version of The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame and several other children’s books.
Visit Chris' website and his Instagram account for more opportunities to fill your eyes with his incredible talent. For an up close and personal look, his paintings are exhibited at the Galerie Maghen in Paris.