Congratulations on the publication of BUNS GONE BAD: Fluffle Bunnies, Book #1 by Anna Humphrey, illustrated by Irma Kniivila released today from Tundra Books!

For fans of The Bad Guys series, this is the origin story of the terrifying group known as The Fluffle: three bad-bunny kingpins. A brand-new graphic novel chapter book series for ages 6 to 9.

This story starts, as stories often do, with a tragedy.

Three bunnies are left without their mother when she goes off to Brazil to learn jiujitsu.

The bunnies, Flop, Biggie and Boingie, learn some hard truths about life pretty quick: squirrels will take over your cozy nest as soon as you leave and refuse to give it back, dogs are to be avoided at all costs and raccoons will believe anything you tell them.

With quick thinking, ingenuity and maybe a little bit of raccoon manipulation, these three buns will take on all comers to be the rulers of the park. Will they win?

Well, this IS an origin story . . .

Praise for BUNS GONE BAD:

“[A] clever and compact origin story.” —Publishers Weekly

“Absurd animal antics in a familiarly funny setting.” —Kirkus Reviews

Anna Humphrey has worked in marketing for a poetry organization, in communications for the Girl Guides of Canada, as an editor for a webzine, as an intern at a decorating magazine and for the government. None of those was quite right, so she started her own freelance writing and editing business, created the Megabat, Bee and Flea and Clara Humble series and wrote many other books for kids and teens. She lives in a big, old brick house in Kitchener, Ontario, with her husband and two kids and no bunnies. Yet.

Anna is represented by Amy Tompkins.

Congratulations Anna!