Tony Bunny - A Rabbit With Short Ears
Since he was little, Bunny has known that he is different from other rabbits. He doesn't have long and white ears like the others. His ears are small and chubby. At first, he didn't care much. For a little rabbit, it is more important to learn how to find food, run fast, and jump high. But slowly, Bunny starts disliking his ears more and more, and asks his mother everyday, "Why aren't my ears the same as other rabbits?"……
★ 2006年第27次中小學生優良課外讀物推介 圖畫書類 適讀年齡：學齡前、低年級
About the Author
Julia Liu has worked in publishing for more than ten years, and she is currently a freelancer focusing on writing. Her work collection contains dozens of picture books, stories, and biographies, and she has won various awards. Because Julia’s work is available internationally, she has the opportunity to reach readers from United States, France, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Brazil, and China.
About the Illustrator
Leo Tang (Tang Tang)
Leo Tang likes anything to do with creating; he thinks the most interesting thing about creating picture books is to recall and re-live the joy of childhood over and over again. Tang has been writing under the pseudonym of Tang Tang since 2003. He consistently attracts all kinds of readers through not only his warm, adorable characters, but also the ingenuity of his composition. Both Leo Tang’s picture books and illustrated books have broad readership. SHORT-EARED BUNNY, published by Common Wealth Magazine, and LIKE YOU, published by Mark Publishing have been published in Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, and Turkish, among other languages. Besides illustrated works, Leo Tang also engages in other artistic mediums and has organized numerous exhibitions; his works are well received by both individuals and art galleries alike.