Written for the love of family and friends, but most of all for my inquisitive, smart, kind, and youngest basketball-loving grandson, Labron Jaden Hill.
#Friendships # Family # Basketball # Fun # Diversity
I thoroughly enjoyed reading "My Bunny Buddy" with my children! The story and illustrations kept both of them (6 and 2 years old) engaged. The message of diversity and inclusion was well received. We will certainly read this many more times and recommend it to our friends! "JaNea Dix"
Such a beautiful book Ms. Carmelita! I think children will enjoy the story and imagination. I love that you used animals but we can still discern the diversity amongst them. I think you need a sequel book with Bronnie and his friends. Additionally, the illustrations are amazing. I am impressed. Mrs. Kelly Coleman
This book is wonderful for children. It speaks about sharing, making new friends and having fun. I love the pictures and the characters. I love the diversity in the book as well. It show's this generation now and going forth, no matter what color you are, we ALL can come together and be on the same team! The character's show how to love one another as God loves us. How to help one another as God helps us. All the characters are amazing! Ms. N. Robinson
Young basketball fans will love how King (LeBron) James was part of the story, even in a small way (L.J.) The story incorporated all colors and both boy and girl bunnies to be a part of the team. Also, the names were inclusive to the black community, where we don't see many stories about black children. Taylore
Great illustration! Nikki Robins
LOVE THE ILLUSTRATIONS AND STORYLINE! Kei Shaun Redmond
This is an imaginary story of a boy who transitions to a bunny. Bronnie had a desire to create his own basketball team. His friend helps him create a team that is diverse in nature. The bunnies make new friends, which made it possible for Bronnie to practice the sport he loves best. The story is one of hope, motivation and courage. It encourages young people to dream and reach for their dreams. Dreams come true through the help of community God gives. Rosalind M. Miller
Author Carmelita E. Clark has written this story based from a conversation had by her husband and youngest grandson, Labron Jaden. Carmelita has taken what was told and turned it into an imaginary story of togetherness and the importance of reaching out to make new friends.
Author Carmelita E. Clark is humbled and honored to have Tiffani Mitchell,
a 16-year-old artist and illustrator. Her talents are amazing and very creative! She is an important part of this project!