Mr. and Mrs. Bartholomew B. Bunny have been married a year. They’ve finally saved enough to purchase a modest bunny bungalow built for two. They haven’t lived there very long when they find they are expecting a batch of baby bunnies. What will they do? What would you do?
Bartholomew has an idea—he will add an addition to their burrow that will be big enough to accommodate their bouncing litter of baby bunnies. Little does he know what kind of trouble he is in for after he orders a marvelous and magnificent Dirt-Tunneller! The problems begin when Bartholomew reads an advertisement in an old copy of Better Holes and Gardens in kindly old Dr. Goat’s office. From there the complications just continue to grow.
Bartholomew B. Bunny and the Marvelous and Magnificent Dirt-Tunneller is a whimsical, action-packed story about do-it-yourself projects, the importance of reading instruction manuals, and believing in one’s own ability. Captivate your children’s imaginations and maybe inspire them to take on a project or two themselves.