Poop-di-doop!

Written by Stephanie Blake
Written by Stephanie Blake

North South Books, March 2015

Stephanie Blake’s hilarious and irreverent little bunny will tickle kids’ funny bones!

Little bunny dear only says one thing: Poop-di-doop! He says it in the morning, he says it at lunchtime, he says it in the evening. . . . What will he say when he meets a hungry wolf?

Blake’s books about this big-eared little bunny have delighted children around the world with their bold, bright colors and offbeat humor.

About the Author

Stephanie Blake’s passion for writing and illustrating began in childhood when she created books for her brothers and sisters as birthday presents. As a child, she also fell in love with the books of Dr. Seuss, Ludwig Bemelmans, and William Steig. After moving to France, she discovered other writers and artists whose work continued to inspire her stories and drawings. Author and illustrator of dozens of books, she lives in Paris, France.

Praise for Poop-di-doop!

"Blake’s protagonist has a gap-toothed grin that’s both cute and borderline diabolical, as well as overlong ears that stick straight up like two baguettes."
New York Times Book Review

"The irreverent bunny and small cast of characters in this French import are brightly and boldly illustrated with starkness of color that takes over the page."
— Ashley Prior, School Library Journal

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