Leprechaun vs. Easter Bunny (Hardcover)
It was only a matter of time. When two holidays are this close together, there are bound to be a few...disagreements. Now two sneaky rivals, Leprechaun and Easter Bunny, must battle over the perfect hill for hiding a pot of gold or an Easter egg, and no one is backing down. Whose holiday will reign supreme? Find out in this rowdy, rhyming celebration of Easter and St. Patrick’s Day!
Todd Tarpley is the author of numerous children's books including Three Grumpy Trucks, Ten Tiny Toes, and Beep! Beep! Go to Sleep!, an ALA Notable Book, and Naughty Ninja Takes a Bath, which spent several days as the #1 children's book on Amazon. His books have been featured in the New York Times; included on Best Books of the Year lists by Huffington Post, Chicago Public Library, and Bank Street College; and translated into Chinese, German, Italian, and Danish. Todd invites you to visit him online at toddtarpley.com.
Steph Laberis is a character designer and illustrator specializing in animation and children’s publishing. Her work is known for its sense of whimsy, humor, and expressive (usually animal!) characters. Currently a full-time character and prop designer on an animated series for Disney Jr., Steph previously designed for Disney’s Puppy Dog Pals and providedvisual development for DreamWorksTV on the Netflix animated series Rhyme Time Town and Dragons: The Nine Realms. She is also the illustrator of the Grumpy Cat Little Golden Book series and has illustrated over forty picture books. Visit her online at stephlaberis.squarespace.com.
"Riotously funny...will have readers giggling all year long. Skilled storytellers will enjoy hamming up the action as the characters attempt to assert their dominance over their hillside home. Slapstick fun for any season."—Kirkus
"Tarpley’s rigorously rhyming text sustains high levels of animation-style one-upmanship throughout, and Laberis’s digital artwork gets all the seasonal imagery right, with eggs, baskets, gold coins, tulips, and hearts strewn across the green grass, and four-leaf clovers under a rainbow’s glow."—Publishers Weekly