Jeremy: The Tale of an Honest Bunny

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Puffin Books, May 1, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 80 pages
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When it is time for Jeremy, a handmade English bunny, to be sent to his true home in America, he refuses to be shipped in a box. So he sets out to deliver himself to the little girl who eagerly awaits him. Jeremy's journey begins with a prayer and some handy words of advice from his maker. Along the way he encounters friends in many forms, and all the adventures he has lead him, eventually, to his final destination-home.

Illustrated by Teri Weidner.

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User Review  - Cherese Vines - Goodreads

Jeremy was made for a special purpose and he must deliver himself to a little girl named Candace. This is a nice story will an underlining spiritual meaning. A great read and I recommend it. Read full review

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User Review  - Yvonne Jarrett - Goodreads

What a cute story about the angels we meet on our journey. Read full review

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Jan Karon wrote Jeremy: The Tale of an Honest Bunny for her daughter, to give her something that would last a lifetime. She says, "In the story I included the consoling verse from Psalm 91, the verse we might all hope and pray for our children: 'He will give His angels charge over you, to keep you in all your ways.' "

Jan Karon is the author of the Mitford series, including The New York Times #1 bestseller In This Mountain, and the picture book Miss Fannie's Hat.

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