Sleepy Bunny: The Bunny Who Loved Lavender

Mary Harrison (Leeds Beckett University UK), Melissa Broughton

Sleepy Bunny: The Bunny Who Loved Lavender
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Sleepy Bunny: The Bunny Who Loved Lavender

Mary Harrison (Leeds Beckett University UK), Melissa Broughton

This children’s book (ages 2-5) is a true story about a lavender farmer (the author) and her bunny named Amos. This book promotes: Healthy eating, exercising, playing, pooping, but Amos had a hard time sleeping. When his bunny momma would prepare for the farmers market, lavender was everywhere and Amos starting smelling it and even eating it. Lavender is known for it’s relaxation and sleeping aid benefits. Amos would then have wonderful lavender naps, which gave him more energy to play. This book also promotes pet adoption, self-confidence, compassion and companionship, relaxation and napping. Sold separately, a soft, bunny-shaped sachet filled with the author’s very own lavender.

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