Little Rabbit Takes on Big Adventures in New Children’s Book

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Robert M. Law shares entertaining anecdotes about his family’s beloved pet

In the summer of 1988, Robert M. Law’s summer cottage hosted one very important guest, the family bunny. His granddaughter’s rabbit was the season’s most famous vacationer, instantly creating a bond with the other visitors. Law shares the story of how one white rabbit played a significant role a family’s retreat in “Bun Bun Goes on Vacation.”

“Bun Bun Goes on Vacation,” follows the story of Bun Bun as he joins grandma and grandpa at the summer cottage during Wisconsin tourist season. Grandpa quickly finds Bun Bun has become one of the campers, joining the cottage children in their fun and games.

However, what will happen to Bun Bun as the summer season ends and the cottage children return home? Bun Bun Goes on Vacation is a nostalgic tale, featuring real-life photographs and heartwarming tales centered on the pet’s comical antics.

“Bun Bun was a real rabbit that became a part of my family for a special season,” Law said. “Luckily, I had my camera on hand and was able to capture him and his quirky behavior. I’ve waited 28 years, and now I get to relieve the moments and share them in my first children’s book.”

“Bun Bun Goes on Vacation: An Almost True Story”
By Robert M. Law
ISBN: 9781480832510 (hardcover), 9781480832503 (softcover), 9781480832527 (e-book)
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Archway Publishing
About the author
Robert M. Law spent three years in the army during World War II and eventually earned his bachelor’s degree from Carthage College and his teaching license. Law spent a combined 27 years as a fifth and sixth grade teacher. Now retired, he resides in Neenah, Wisconsin. “Bun Bun Goes on Vacation” is his first children's book.

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