“Audrey Bunny” Give-Away

by Robin on November 1, 2013 in Giveaways, Inspiration in Child Rearing, Legacy, Nurture, Place to grieve and heal

Audrey Bunny

“Audrey Bunny”… this little book has become so special to us. For one, the book was inspired by little Audrey Caroline, Todd and Angie Smith’s fourth daughter. She lived after birth for just a couple of hours, but her legacy lives on. Her mommy, Angie, blogged about her sweet life and then wrote a book called “I Will Carry You” where she shares how the Lord sustained her family and gave them the strength and joy to delight in her short life. If you aren’t familiar with her story, you can read about Audrey on Angie’s blog here.

Secondly, this book has become special to us because our oldest daughter, Breezy, is the illustrator. It has been so fun to watch the sketches and drawings turn into a beautiful book.

The story of “Audrey Bunny” is about a bunny who has a mark over her heart and doesn’t think that anyone would want to buy her and take her home. Along comes little Caroline, who sees the bunny at the store and doesn’t let the mark lessen the little bunny’s value.

We want to gift one of our readers with a signed copy of “Audrey Bunny,” autographed by the illustrator.

Enter the giveaway by using the Rafflecopter below:

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Married to Rob for 32 years and mother to Breezy and Emily Rose. A sinner saved by Grace, loves making her home a warm and inviting place to live and create in. Maker, gluten-free baker, and manager of several home businesses - Noble Rose Press, Clementine Pattern Co., and The Breezy Tulip Studio. You can find her at her brand new blog MamaShire.com.

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Laura Verret November 5, 2013

Two of my favorite picture books are ‘Blueberries for Sal’ by Robert McCloskey and ‘Polar the Titanic Bear’ by Daisy Corning Stone Spedden.

Crystal Ison November 5, 2013

I loved reading “Just Like Momma” with my girls when they were younger. Looking forward to reading it again as Hope (#8) gets that age a year or so older.

Carli. T November 5, 2013

I have so many favourites! The little red caboose, Little Mummy, We help mummy, Dabble Duck, All of the Beatrix Potter stories ( We have a rabbit named Benjamin!) also Enid Blytons Mr Pinkwhistle, and the Magic Faraway tree!

Miss Antoinette November 5, 2013

Oh it is so hard to choose!
Between the beautiful works of Beatrix Potter, to the fun and interesting writings/illustrations of Robert McCloskey, I suppose “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” and “Make Way for Ducklings” will have to do. 😉

Blessings in Christ,

Miss Antoinette

Diana November 5, 2013

I love “Good Dog, Carl.” As a kid and now as an adult, it’s just fun. 🙂

Margaret November 5, 2013

Something about Breezy’s illustrations bring a tear to my eye. So beautiful and touching, they remind me a little bit of my favorite Little House on the Prarie series.

I’ve had a print out of one of her prints hanging up on my wall as a reminder to buy the print. This just reminds me I have not done it yet, and will do so now!

Laura S. November 5, 2013

I have too many favorite children’s books to name… but I am very fond of my children’s full set of Beatrix Potter titles! 🙂 I’m very happy for you, Breezy, and pray that the Lord gives you much success with this book release!

Nannette and the Sweetheart November 5, 2013

Would love to share this with my nieces! ♥

Nannette and the Sweetheart November 5, 2013

Charlotte’s Web is definitely a favorite! So much fun to read as well….love to “become” each character as I read it to My Three Sons! ♥

Kristi November 5, 2013

I would love to win this special book 🙂

Emily November 5, 2013

Only one favorite? Too hard! One of my favorites is “The Way Mother’s Are” by Miriam Scheiln. My parents gave it to me when I was little and I recently re-purchased it for my littlest sister.

Mae Wilson November 5, 2013

My favorite children’s book…that’s such a tough question! So many to choose from! In terms of illustration, my favorites are those illustrated by Johanna Bluedorn. For content, I adore Dangerous Journey, which is an abridged and illustrated version of Pilgrim’s Progress. For fun…I love Imogene’s Antlers, The Paper Bag Princess, and La Cucaracha Martina. I love books!!

Tryphena November 5, 2013

“Miss Rumphius” by Barbara Cooney. The illustrations are charming and the story enchanting….

Carey November 5, 2013

I would have to say The Little House series are my favorite!

Amanda November 5, 2013

Hard to choose just one, but I suppose the Little House books would be it for me.

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