Spend the day with three rambunctious bunnies as they romp through the quiet life of their uncle, Mr. Reginald—who likes things just so—and his perfectly tidy neighbor, Mrs. Paddock. Full of sweet mischief, the youngsters bumble and tumble while the adults mumble and grumble through a chaotic spring holiday.
With whimsical illustrations and read-aloud giggles galore, Mr. Reginald and the Bunnies celebrates childhood (bunny slippers for everyone!) while gently reminding us that sometimes it’s okay when things are not just so.
About the Author
Artist and author Paula Wallace has been making art since her childhood days of Crayola crayons, Play-Doh, and Etch A Sketch. She studied art formally at the University of Iowa and pursued further training in Chicago and Ireland. In addition to creating fine art, Wallace has worked as an illustrator and muralist, set painter, art instructor, arts facilitator, and curator. Her art and stories are informed by her work with children and underserved communities, as well as by the urban and rural landscapes in which we dwell.