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Poppy and Pierre are two French/American bunnies that live in New York City circa 1910 with their French (human) mistress Madam Colette and her American husband Mr. Jonathan Edward Collins. They are very proper and very fancy, and like all children, they have much to learn about the world. In Poppy and the Poppies, the first story in Volume 1, the two bunnies are out on a glorious spring day and are having so much fun, they forget the time and have to find their way home in the dark. It has a magical element to it that adds to its charm. In the second story, Poppy & Pierre at Le Renard Roux, the bunnies encounter a sly fox at a chocolaterie during a visit to Paris and learn a valuable lesson about trusting strangers. Virginia Ducale’s delightful drawings bring the bunnies and their adventures to life.  Virginia is a graduate of the Parson’s School of Design in New York City, and she used her creative talents in various jobs and media in both New York City and on Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles. This volume is a small 6 x 9 inch chapbook on cream-colored paper with black and white drawings. The style evokes classic children’s literature from the early 20 th  century such as Peter Pan  and The Wind in the Willows with an elegant presentation and black and white drawings.
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copyright © 2014 and Beyond
Poppy and Pierre are two French/American bunnies that live in New York City circa 1910 with their French (human) mistress Madam Colette and her American husband Mr. Jonathan Edward Collins. They are very proper and very fancy, and like all children, they have much to learn about the world. In Poppy and the Poppies, the first story in Volume 1, the two bunnies are out on a glorious spring day and are having so much fun, they forget the time and have to find their way home in the dark. It has a magical element to it that adds to its charm. In the second story, Poppy & Pierre at Le Renard Roux, the bunnies encounter a sly fox at a chocolaterie  during a visit to Paris and learn a valuable lesson about trusting strangers. Virginia Ducale’s delightful drawings bring the bunnies and their adventures to life.  Virginia is a graduate of the Parson’s School of Design in New York City, and she used her creative talents in various jobs and media in both New York City and on Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles. This volume is a small 6 x 9 inch chapbook on cream-colored paper with black and white drawings. The style evokes classic children’s literature from the early 20 th  century such as Peter Pan and The Wind in the Willows with an elegant presentation and black and white drawings.
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