Other books byRoni Schotter
Nothing Ever Happens On 90th Street
Warm at Home
Bunny is stuck at home with the sniffles. "But there's nothing to do inside!" Then Bunny finds activities that keep him busy for hours! Any child who has been sick at home will find comfort (and amusement) in this to this reassuring story, as Bunny discovers that some imagination, and a little mischief, will go a long way. "Not just warm, but completely cozy . . . from jacket illustration to final scene, a total charmer." (Starred review, Publisher's Weekly) Roni Schotter also wrote Nothing Ever Happens on 90th Street, Passover Magic, a 1996 NCSS-CBC Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies, F Is for Freedom, and A Fruit and Vegetable Man, a Hungry Mind Review Book of Distinction. After working for a number of years as an editor, she now writes full time. She lives near New York City with her husband and son. Dara Goldman has illustrated a number of books for children, including There's No Such Thing, Hello Gnu, How Do You Do?: A Beginning Guide to Positively Polite Behavior, and Merry Christmas: A Pop-Up Book.
A young girl and her family celebrate Passover with the traditional seder dinner