Sleeping Bunny by Emily Snowell Keller

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Pamela Silin-Palmer and her daughter Emily Snowell Keller bring their talents to this retelling of Sleeping Beauty, showcasing Ms. Silin-Palmer’s fabulous paintings of animals dressed in costumes. As always, the illustrations are filled with detail, rendered both impeccably and with lots of quirky humor. Where else can you find piggies with butterfly wings as fairy godmothers? The text maintains the humor all the way to “hoppily ever after.”

About Emily Snowell Keller

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Silin-Palmer has been creating fanciful designs for over 20 years in her studio, Faunus, one of the top decorative art studios in the country. She creates everything from greeting cards and wallpaper to one-of-a-kind collectible dolls and fantasy furniture that is coveted by entertainers, interior designers, and corporations alike. Inspired by sixteenth-century painters, medieval tapestries, and the pre-Raphaelites, Pamela especially loves oil painting amusing, fantastical images in a formal style, which she calls "juxtaposing realities.
Published January 7, 2003 by Random House Books for Young Readers. 40 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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the gift-giving fairies are winged pigs, while a red-eyed, green-skinned rat takes the role of the excluded vengeful fairy, Mildew.

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