Ashley Bryan - the first African-American to publish children's books as both author and illustrator and me. Talking about an honor! I was thrilled! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ashley_Bryan
The parade with a few of the popular children characters welcoming the children and their families for the 57th Street Book Fair in Chicago.
Ariyanni received the book as a birthday gift. Her sister Armanni doesn't appear to be happy with not having her own book. I think their parents will read to both of them! Don't you? Thanks Chocolate Bunnies!
New Chocolate Bunnies added to the family! They want Little Pampu to cook, ride a motorcycle and meet a unicorn in one of her next adventures!
Lo's friend and Cavalier sister Chocolate Bunnie, Gwen at work spreading the word about Little Pampu! Even Little Pampu knows the value of hard work! Thanks for the continued support!
Lo with Andrea! Hey Little Sis Chocolate Bunnie! She came out to get her book autographed. Thank you!
This lovely family bought the coloring and reading books as a package. Doesn't this Chocolate Bunnie family look happy?
This happy Chocolate Bunnie, proudly displays her coloring book! Send us a picture of your wonderful artwork! Thank you!
This Chocolate Bunnie is another child to inspire one of the next books. Hmm. Little Pampu Meets a Unicorn! Thanks Victoria and have fun reading your book and with your riding lessons!
Yes! Boys are Chocolate Bunnies too. Little Pampu's father, Bunnie Pops, is a Chocolate Bunnie! This little boy likes to read too!
Tasha, Sister-in-law Chocolate Bunnie, always has my back!
Lo at 79th Street Renaissance Festival in Chicago on 9/8/12!
The good Dr. Chocolate Thunder King of Corvette fame even has a book! You are never too old or too young to read! Thanks Doc!
Jennifer, the budding writer and new Chocolate Bunnie, purchased her book at the Books in Your Backyard event on 10/7/12 in Chicago. Thanks Jennifer and good luck on your writing endeavors!
The lovely Pageant Chocolate Bunnie, Ms. Inez Jones (Miss Black Hyde Park USA 2013), is running for Miss Black Illinois USA!
Mother Goose led the parade for the 57th Street Book Fair in Chicago! Such a pleasant woman too!
Chocolate Bunnie Jaiya is proudly displaying her new Little Pampu's Rhinestone Girl's Diva Shirt presented to her by her GiGi!
Braiden is waiting patiently for someone to read the book to him. You can never start reading to a child too soon! Right Braiden?
Calib and his neighbor are holding their coloring books. He also has the Mood Mug!
Michael and Christina are Chocolate Bunnies! Lo met Michael at the Printers Row event and he was impressed by Little Pampu.