Why the Bunny Cried

Welcome to Lighthouse Christian Publishing! About Lighthouse Children's Books Children's Books Page 2 Children's Books Page 3 Children's Books - Page 4 Children's Books - Page 5 Children's Books - Page 6 Children's Books - Page 7 Romance Novels by Mrs. O.F Walton Fiction - General Fiction - General Page 2 Fiction - General Page 3 Fiction - Romance Fiction - Romance Page 2 Fiction - Historical Fiction - Historical Page 2 Fiction - Western Fiction - Teen/Young Adult Fiction - Mysteries/Thrillers Fiction - Mysteries/Thrillers Page 2 Fiction - Mysteries/Thrillers Page 3 Fiction - Fantasy/Futuristic Fiction - Fantasy/Futuristic Page 2 Fiction - Fantasy/Futuristic Page 3 Health and Science Theology The Church Fathers Sunday School Curriculum Bible Study and Devotionals Bible Study and Devotionals Page 2 Humorous/Comics Inspirational/Christian Education Inspirational/Christian Ed Page 2 Inspirational/Christian Ed Page 3 Poetry/Hymns Books to Film Audio Books Contact Submissions Lone Oak Publishing

Kimberly Ann Cashmere

List Price: $7.95
8.5" x 8.5" (21.59 x 21.59 cm)
Full Color on White paper
34 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1537658339 
ISBN-10: 1537658336
BISAC: Juvenile Fiction / Religious / Christian / Bedtime & Dreams


Long ago, lived a little bunny named Hunny. We follow Hunny as she learns of what is happening with her friend. Find out why she cries. Learn about her friend who is your friend too. It is truly a loving story that can be enjoyed by all ages. The poem is written and illustrated by Kimberly Ann Cashmere.

Kimberly Ann is very happily married to Stephen, her Prince. They reside in Duryea, Pennsylvania. She thanks God for the guidance of her parents and the awesome experience of being a Mom to her children Ruvik and Stephanie, and stepson Chris. She also loves teaching art at Moscow United Methodist Church, Triboro Christian Academy and soon at Step by Step Dance Studio. Some of her art can be seen on her website, LekkiArtStudio. Lekki is the Polish word for light. She hopes to be a guiding light for her children and students.