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BOOKS AVAILABLE: 

 WHO IS BOO 3: The SPECTACULAR Tales of One Trickster Rabbit (66 pages)

Written by Bridget Ryan

Illustrated by Jason Carter

$20 (plus shipping - it's about two bucks!)

 

WHO IS BOO 2

The Best Sequel EVER. (or 'The Continuing Adventures of One Trickster Rabbit') (66 pages)

Written by Bridget Ryan

Illustrated by Jason Carter

$20 (plus shipping - it's about a buck!)

 

WHO IS BOO? The Terrific Tails of One Trickster Rabbit (66 Pages)

Written By Bridget Ryan

Illustrated by Jason Carter

$20 (plus shipping)  

Description: Who Is Boo: The Terrific Tales of One Trickster Rabbit is a children's book that chronicles a perpetually curious rabbit who is in a continual race around the world with his and along the way, meets many animals. The title character is inspired by Nanabozho, a trickster figure in Ojibwe mythology, but the story itself is inspired from the trickster characters prevalent in all ethnicities.

The first of a series of adventure stories about this fleet-footed rabbit, ‘Boo’ is about curiosity that leads to wonderment that leads to helpfulness! In a world that runs the risk of become more disconnected (even though there is an abundance of social networking), it’s about stopping, connecting, and helping those we meet on our way. The show ( and the launch of the book) happened this past April 2011 at the Royal Alberta Museum. For THREE months, the 21 30′ x 40′ paintings from the book were on display at the RAM, not just illustrating the book, but the beginnings of story, art and collaboration. The Exhibit is currently at the Carter-Ryan Gallery in Canmore Alberta.

www.whoisboo.com

 

BEST DEAL: BUY ALL 3 OF THE BOO BOOKS - $40.00!!

YUP! ALL THREE BOOKS IN THE BOO SERIES FOR $40! A great way to get to know Boo and read about all the amazing characters he meets during his race around the world! 

3 Books for $40!


 

 

 

URBAN ANIMALS (44 pages)

Written by Bridget Ryan 

Illustrated by Jason Carter

$20 (plus shipping)   

Description: With a bursting population of over 7 billion, a lot of people call the planet Earth ‘HOME’ and not surprisingly, people are having to find more and more places to build their homes on this planet, places that we think are uninhabited. But they’re not!

Most likely someone was already living there and in most cases, still are! But they’re not people, they’re animals! As our urban centres expand and people take up more space across the land to live, we are moving into parts of the rural landscape where many animals have long since called home!

Urban Animals is a whimsical look at six of these animals who live in and around places we call home and sometimes we can find our self face to face with these somewhat confused and but always amused, new ‘neighbours’!