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HOME FOR A BUNNY
{LITTLE GOLDEN BOOK}
MARGARET WISE BROWN / GARTH WILLIAMS (Illustrator)

GOLDEN BOOKS (JAN 2012)
HARDCOVER, 24 pages, 198 x 165 mm., ages 2-5
Prod. # 9780307930095 (American edition)
Category: Children's fiction

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This springtime classic about a bunny looking for a home is now available as a board book, for the very first time. Full color.

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Modern Ink: The Art of Xugu
Chen Siyuan, Craig L. Yee, Jung Ying Tsao Britta Erickson (ed), J. May Lee Barrett (ed)
    

Not all painters start out that way. Xugu (1823-1896), also known as Zhu Xubai and Huairen, was first an army officer before becoming a Buddhist monk of the ancient Chan (Zen) sect inspired by Taoism.

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