In No, No, Bunny by Pamela Kennedy and illustrated by Claire Keay, Little Bunny has a little problem: he sees something that he likes and even if it doesn't belong to him, he takes it. Little Bunny takes pennies from Mama, candy from the store, and his friend's new toy. But when Little Bunny looks at all of the things that don't belong to him, he feels guilty and bad and admits his wrongdoing. This sweet story and charming art are the perfect introduction to an important lesson for little ones, who don't always understand that not everything they see is theirs.
Pamela Kennedy loves writing for children and has authored more than thirty books of stories, prayers, and devotions. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, playing with her grandchildren, and exploring the beaches of Puget Sound. Pam and her husband currently live in Seattle, Washington.
Claire Keay lives in an ancient market town in the south of England where she works from her little home studio. After years working as a special education teacher for preschoolers, Keay decided to pursue her love of illustration. She now happily illustrates several children’s books each year, as well as children’s magazines, greeting cards, and stationery. In her spare time, Keay loves to garden, spend time with her teenage sons, and sing in her local community choir.