Chuba Chubba Choo & the Great Rabbit Rescue
A Bedtime Thriller
About the Book
Chuba Chubba is a little immigrant snake who lives in the West Texas desert. Although Chuba is not the fastest snake in the neighborhood, he is certainly the happiest and kindest. One day when he sees his friend, Jill Rabbit Bunny, use her lightning speed to outrun a hungry coyote, Chuba is thrilled--until he sees her stumble and fall. She has not had even a drop of water in days.
With Jill Rabbit Bunny’s life depending on him, Chuba races to the Rio Grande. As he struggles alone to carry water back to Jill Rabbit Bunny, his desert friends join in. Through teamwork and creative thinking, they must find a speedy way to transport the water to Jill Rabbit Bunny before it is too late.
Chuba Chubba Choo & the Great Rabbit Rescue is the delightful story of a little snake’s heartwarming journey through the desert to save his baby bunny friend from dying of thirst.
About the Author
Rex Redden lives in a remote hand-built log cabin situated among the Chihuahua Desert plants and animals profiled in his literature. He has performed as an axe throwing lumberjack-on-a-tightrope, as a snake oil pitchman, and as Mark Twain.
Leslie Reel is a self-taught artist and homemaker who learned to draw before she could write. She loves to create masterpieces that include silk paintings and watercolors, refinished furniture, calligraphy, and loaves of awesome banana bread. Leslie lives with her family in Lawton, Oklahoma.