The No Name Bunny Highlights the Plight of the Rescue Rabbit in Finding a Home of her Own

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The No Name Bunny

Written by Ali Tibbetts
Illustrated by Rhonda Van

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The No Name Bunny tells of one rabbit’s journey to find her forever family, emphasizing the importance of hope in the face of life’s challenges and offering an animal’s perspective on loss and fear, belief and belonging. In this children’s tale of redemption, the No Name Bunny perseveres despite neglect and abandonment to achieve her dream of a better life and to finally get what she wants most: a name.

After reading The No Name Bunny, young readers ages 6 and up will come to understand that, like us, animals deserve compassion and empathy. While the story’s central theme emphasizes humane treatment of animals, humans and animals alike can grasp the need for love, belonging, and identity.

About the Author:

First time author Ali Tibbetts brings her love of animals to this poignant and uplifting tale. A supporter of animal rights and a rescue proponent, Ali’s mission is to instill respect and compassion for animals in young readers. When she is not fulfilling her duties as a busy high school math teacher, Ali can be found roller skating or hanging out with her entourage of rescue goats, cows, bunnies, and her beloved dog, Graham. She and her husband, Jack, can’t wait to share the story with their new baby they welcome next February.

About the Illustrator:

Rhonda Van is an artist, author, wildlife rehabber, and lifelong animal lover.

She particularly adores jackrabbits, squirrels, her animal companions, Shark Week, vegan dinners in Santa Cruz, and her husband Tony. Rhonda has been drawing forever, but only got deeper into illustration after she 
started drawing the wildlife friends she cares for.

Rhonda is the author and illustrator of Squeak the Squirrel, and the illustrator of The No Name Bunny, Towpath’s Tail, The Sleepy Honey Bee, Lop-Eared Lily, Spittin’ Kitten’s Speed-Away, and Tiffany Rolls On. Find her online at rhondaluluart.com.

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