Synopses & Reviews
The value of honesty as seen through the eyes of a lovably precocious preschooler.
When Betty Bunny breaks a lamp, she blames it on the Tooth Fairy. Blaming someone else for something she had done seems like such a good idea to Betty Bunny, she doesn’t know why she didn't think of it before. “Is that the honest truth?” her mom asks. “It’s an honest lie,” Betty Bunny replies proudly. But when a vase gets broken, everyone blames Betty Bunny, and no one believes her when she says that she really didn’t do it. Honest lies, white lies, crying wolf—how can one four-year-old keep track of the right thing to do?
Praise for Betty Bunny Didn't Do It
“An inventive plot and charming illustrations depict an irrepressible main character who continues to be quite a handful: Betty Bunny does it again.” -Kirkus Reviews
Edwurd's little sister comes to the rescue when Edwurd's humongous fib lands him in trouble with a three-eyed alien from another galaxy. Hip and hilarious artwork by the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist will appeal to adults and children alike.
Edwurd Fudwupper spends all his time cooking up big fibs full of phooey and letting them rip. Edwurd's little sister comes to the rescue when Edwurd's humongous fib lands him in trouble with a three-eyed alien from another galaxy. Hip and hilarious artwork by the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist will appeal to adults and children alike.
Edwurd Fudwupper spends all his time cooking up big fibs. But one day, he tells such a humdinger that the army, the air force and the dog catcher are called to try to reverse the damage wrought. An unlikely heroine comes to his rescue.
Fannie Fudwupper's big brother, Edwurd, spends his time cooking up big fibs full of phooey and letting them rip. But one day, Edwurd tells such a whopping lie that the army, the air force, and the dogcatcher are called to reverse the damage. Full color.
Olivia and Eloise, make room for Betty Bunny, a loveable handful nobunny can resist.
From the creator of Disneys Dog with a Blog, this funny book in the Betty Bunny series shows the value of honesty from a preschoolers special point of view.
When Betty Bunny breaks a lamp, she has a brand-new idea: Blame it on someone else (like the Tooth Fairy)! Then a vase gets broken and Betty Bunny really didn't do it. But now no one in her family believes her. Honest lies, white lies, crying wolfhow can one four-year-old figure out the right thing to do?
About the Author
Michael Kaplan is the author of the critically acclaimed Betty Bunny series, creator of Dog With a Blog on the Disney Channel, and an Emmy award-winning television writer and producer. His career as a comedy writer has included stints on two of television's most respected comedies, Roseanne and Frasier. He co-created and executive produced I'm In the Band for Disney XD. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and three children. Stéphane Jorisch has illustrated numerous picture books, including the critically acclaimed Betty Bunny series, New Year at the Pier, Granddad's Fishing Buddy, The Real Story of Stone Soup, and Jabberwocky, for which he won the prestigious Governor General's Award, the Canadian equivalent of the Caldecott. Mr. Jorisch lives with his wife and three children in Montreal, Canada.