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A Curious Little Rabbit

Edited by GreenReaper as of Fri 12 Apr 2013 - 02:52
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Adam Henry is a an animator, storyboard artist, and animation director. Over the years he’s worked for Disney, Warner Brothers, Nickelodeon, Klasky-Csupo, and most recently Dreamworks — where he is a director on the hit TV series Dragons: Riders of Berk. On a more personal level, Mr. Henry has created Bibby the Bunny, a young rabbit with a positive attitude, a lucky streak, and a curiosity that older bunnies find downright dangerous.  The first book in this new illustrated children’s book series, Bibby: A Bunny’s Journey, is available now at Mr. Henry’s Bibby the Bunny web site. It’s also available on iTunes, and will soon be coming out in other digital formats.

image c. 2013 by Adam Henry


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It's a curious decision of Adam Henry's not to publish his graphic novel on Amazon, but he obviously has his reasons. I guess iTunes is still a decent marketplace, it's just that their comic book selections aren't all that great. All the best graphic novels publish and sell their work on Amazon because it's a trusted marketplace.

As for the story it is joyful and has a youthful naievity. If you're looking for a comic book that your kids can read then Bibby is definitely worth a shot. For adults, well they might find Bibby's innocence and curiosity a bit too much, but it is still a good read.

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Hey - Thanks for your comments. It is absolutely our plan to get the book into Amazon - hopefully within three weeks. We'll also have print copies available in about 6 weeks. Please feel free to check our website ( )for the latest releases and/or sign up on our contact page and we'll send you an email when it's available in the new formats. Take care!

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Update! "Bibby: A Bunny's Journey" is now available on Amazon for the Kindle Fire!

Here's the link:


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