Chocolate Bunny is written in verse and describes the protests of a chocolate bunny as he is being eaten slowly by a little girl, Sally. Sally’s mother tells her to save some for her baby brother. Sally chooses to eat bits off the protesting bunny, leaving only the bum, which she puts in the fridge. Later she finds a lump of chocolate poo beside the bum with a note from the bunny saying, “Here, this is for you.” Well, as a good girl who listens to her mother, Sally takes the poo… and feeds it to her brother!
“Just in time for Easter, wordsmith Alix Burrell has come up with a delicious off-the-wall treat for lovers of zany tales for children. She joins a long tradition of writers whose alternative children’s book characters have become bedtime staples.”
Expat Living, Singapore
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