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Mayor Bunny’s Chocolate Town

by | May 12, 2022 | News, Schools

Mr Bunny is back . . . and this time he’s running for mayor.

Coop Town needs some urgent repairs—and Mr Bunny is promising to make it Great Again. At first the chicken electorate is wowed by Mr Bunny’s promises of new chocolate houses, new chocolate parks, new chocolate swimming pools—as well as his bold claim that chocolate will repel hungry foxes. But what will happen when the truth comes home to roost?

  • A hilarious sequel to the Lollies prize-winning Mr Bunny’s Chocolate Factory, which has been translated into 17 languages.
  • A chocolate-filled introduction to political elections!
  • Elys Dolan’s picture books are bursting with jokes and sub-plots that will reward multiple readings!

Tackling serious topics through an egg-cellent combination of chocolate and chickens, Mr Bunny is back in a hilarious sequel to the Lollies award-winning Mr Bunny’s Chocolate Factory.

Elys Dolan’s brilliant illustrations are bursting with jokes and sub-plots that will make it one to read again and again – long after you’ve eaten all of your chocolate eggs this Easter!

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