Book Review of Bunny and Carrot Are Best Friends
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Written by Meredith Bezak
Illustrated by Anastasia Merzlaya
Ages 6-10 | 26 Pages
Publisher: Self-Published | ISBN-13: 9798210507068
What to Expect: friendship, helping, cooperation, and imagination
It was a day like any other for Bunny when he set out in the Briar—that is, until he heard someone calling for help. Never in his wildest dreams could he imagine encountering a walking, talking, and crying carrot! Follow along with Bunny and Carrot as they become good friends and venture out together in the first of what promises to be many future adventures.
In Bunny and Carrot Are Best Friends, Meredith Bezak has created an appealing storyline of how two opposite personalities can become friends. She writes of a bunny who “accepts everyone for who they are” and a carrot with “quite a vivid imagination and was prone to worrying.” Readers will be able to relate well to these characters and form an understanding of how friendships can grow between two distinct personalities willing to work through their differences.
Readers, young and old, will be charmed by Anastasia Merzlaya’s soft and retro-style illustrations. By using muted colors and expressive eyes on the characters, Merzlaya has created an additional source of enjoyment for the story and helps relay the characters’ feelings accurately so that non-readers can follow along.
Bunny and Carrot Are Best Friends is a wholesome story that would suit any lesson about how to become a friend. This approachable tale provides readers an engaging starting point for discussing building and maintaining friendships. Also offered at the end of the book are fun extras such as a link for coloring pages and a Blueberry Gazpacho Recipe featured in the story!
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About the Author
Meredith Bezak lives in the Midwestern United States with her husband and daughter. Meredith has always had a love for writing and a knack for imagining the comical lives of all the critters, insects, and plants that live in their garden.
Please visit the Bunny and Carrot website: https://www.bunnyandcarrot.com/.
About the Illustrator
Anastasia Merzlaya lives in Norway. In addition to holding a PhD in Physics, Art has always been an important part of her life. Anastasia has a passion for watercolors and is currently working on illustrations for children’s books and PC games.
Follow Anastasia on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/follow.the.blackbird/
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