I’d like to take momentary break from all things December, to share some fun Easter-themed news. I’ve been keeping this to myself for a little while, but the announcement ran in Publishers Marketplace so I think I can finally let out exuberant, “Hip-hop-hooray!”
Here’s the official announcement:
Thank you, Charlotte Wenger, for representing me so skillfully and kindly in the process of making this a reality.
And, thank you, Zonderkidz for saying “yes!” to this new board book that is rooted in my love of Easter traditions, but always with a heart towards pointing kids to the real meaning of Easter.
I can’t wait for you to meet Bunny as she hops through her day searching for what Easter is all about. You won’t have to wait long. The tentative publication date is February 2022!
P.S. The bunny pictured at the top is a little wooden bunny my mother painted for me, and which was part of my Easter basket in, gulp, 1980. Both at Easter and Christmas, she always did a great job of blending fun with meaning. I’d like to think I am following in her foot steps. I now keep that Bunny in an antique printer’s tray that hangs in our downstairs powder room. It’s full of all sorts of tiny treasures from my childhood. Remind me to share more about it in another post. =)
Thanks for helping me celebrate! Now back to December. =)
19 thoughts on “FUN NEWS: New Board Book Deal!”
Great news. And what a nice reminder of Mattie’s love.
Congratulations, Laura! It sounds delightful! 😊
Oh, thank you! =)
Wonderful news– and as it comes to us before Christmas, also a present. Holidays unite!
Congratulations, Laura! It sounds wonderful!
Fun news indeed! Congratulations.
Oh, thank you, everyone! So kind of you to celebrate with me.
A wonderful Christmas & Easter gift. Congrats!!
Congratulations! Sounds like the kind of book children need today.
How exciting! Congratulations 🎉 🥳🐇
Congratulations! This sounds like a delightful book!
Congratulations, Laura, and happy holidays!
This has been so lovely. Thank you. Happy holidays to all. =)
Congratulations, Laura. That’s terrific!