King Murray's Royal Tail
Kathryn R. Smith
with illustrations by Karen Scott
Have you ever thought about what happens to a live Easter Bunny once Easter is over?
King Murray's Royal Tail is the story of such an Easter Bunny. Murray eventually finds a forever home, where he is an important part of the family, a true companion animal. But his journey to reach this home is not an easy one.
Murray's story is based on the life of one of Kathy Smith's rescued rabbits, who shared her life for almost five years. As Murray's bond with Kathy deepened, she recognized him as a wise and majestic soul who had much to teach her. His courage and wry wit inspired Kathy to share his story with the world.
Karen Scott's beautiful, realistic illustrations capture Murray's true spirit, bringing this majestic character and his companions to life. His story will touch the hearts of animal lovers of all ages.
Once you have met King Murray, you will see rabbits in a whole new way!
King Murray in Royal Repose
What Readers Are Saying About Royal Tail...
"I can't remember ever reading a book written with such obvious love and that touched me as yours did. Thank you for sharing this with us. It is priceless."
"I just finished reading King Murray's story and have just managed to dry my eyes because I couldn't stop crying. I only just imagine all the misery he had to go through and he was so lucky to have found you. And lastly, I feel for the so many more bunnies out there looking for a loving mummy."
"Here's to King Murray, a truely brave and royal bunny. Long may he reign on the bridge and watch over his lady in waiting and all his subjects."
King Murray's Royal Tail was a featured selection in iUniverse's KnowBetter.com EBook Reading List:
"We feel this title represents some of the true publishing excellence for children that exists in the ebook market." --KnowBetter.com
Kathy Smith is dedicated to helping improve the lives of pet rabbits through education. Her first book, Rabbit Health in the 21st Century, provides vital rabbit health information in layman's terms. Kathy hopes Murray's story, inspired by a special rescued rabbit, will help reduce impulse Easter Bunny purchases.
Available from Ingram Book Group, Baker & Taylor, and from iUniverse, Inc.
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