Welcome to Carrotsville

by Teresa Kay Bowens Illustrated by Keionne Rhodes



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/23/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 90
ISBN : 9781663221940
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 90
ISBN : 9781663221957

About the Book

The Miggens family is a family of bunnies. This book is about their life experiences in this current day setting and having to where a mask. The stories are about different things the Miggens’ little bunnies get into, at mainly school. The challenges they face trying new things, and while learning who they are and what type of bunny they want to be in the future or even for just that day or moment. Some of the stories are simply for fun while also showing that the Miggens’ little bunnies also have things in their life that they worry about and try to figure out as they want to have independence, and individuality. The little bunnies in these short stories end up building their self-esteem through trial and error and learning when to ask for help.

About the Author

I grew up in a home where family love was consistent and at the end of the day never goes to bed angry, because family is what mattered. That God is the head of the home and we honor him through respect. So, no matter what I got into even if I did not like the lesson learned, at the end of day I knew where to turn and I knew I was loved. My mother’s favorite words were, “I’m not always going to be here, what are you going to do to fix it?” Even when she would just come behind me and fix it anyway. I learned she wanted me to first try. From those experiences, I learned there is nothing wrong with failing if you don’t give up trying. I find myself saying that a lot in current times, “Character is not built off your success in life but how you chose to get back up when you fail. I have always had an ambition for writing and enjoyed expressing myself through art. My time working with young children gave me the idea of writing a children book. I dedicate this book to my mom who has given me a lot of support on this book. A special thank you to my cousin for taking the time to read it to her kids and give me honest feedback. I truly hope if nothing else that “Family” is what you take away from these stories.