The story is about Little Rabbit Sunny and Granny Fox sharing friendship beyond age barriers.
- Book Intro
Little Rabbit Sunny and her mom live on the second floor of Granny Fox’s house. Granny, the landlady, always nitpicks and grumbles about everything. To Sunny, Granny looks boring since she is always alone, but for some reason, Sunny wants to make friends with her. One Saturday, Sunny’s mom is called for some urgent work. With no one available to babysit for her, she asks Granny to look after Sunny while she is gone. Granny doesn’t like the idea at all, but Sunny is overjoyed to spend the day with Granny. Will Sunny spend a merry day with Granny?
* Two Very Different Characters Spend a Day Together Unexpectedly **
Although she doesn’t mean to, the curious Sunny causes all sorts of trouble. For instance, she turns Granny’s bathroom into a place full of bubbles and she bumps into a stranger while walking backward. If Granny had spent another quiet day alone, she wouldn’t have been bothered at all. She starts to find this little troublemaker annoying and cannot stop grumbling. However, her grumbles unexpectedly change into a hearty smile. What happened between them?
Sometimes accidental happenings can bring unexpected joy and happiness. If Granny Fox or Little Rabbit Sunny had been alone, as usual, they would not have realized such joy and happiness. It could have been another mundane day, but because they spent the day together, it became a memorable, special day.
* Holding Hands Melts a Frozen Heart Magically **
It only takes one day for Sunny and Granny to break the ice and get closer. For the first time, they observe each other, talk to each other, and get to know each other. They finally become true friends who can understand and sympathize with each other. When Sunny holds out her hand the second time, Granny warmly grabs it. At that moment, Granny Fox’s frozen heart melts, and she shows her warm smile that was lost a long time ago.
- About the Author
(English) A children's book writer and a translator. She majored in Child Development at Yonsei University and worked as an editor at a publishing company. She now works as a children's book author. Other books she wrote include Do You Want to Play in the Water, I want to be a Painter, A Leaf I Met, Jongmyo, Where God and Man Meet, This Is My Family, I Like Myself and The Song of Mother Earth.
(Russian) Изучив детские исследования в университете Йонсей, работал редактором в издательской компании. Сейчас находится в США и пишет детские книги. Книги автора 'Игла', 'Мир лошадей'.
Illustrator Cha Shangmi has been drawing for a variety of media after majoring in visual design. Her works include: The No-Lose Toy Egg Vending Machine, How to Fly, The Spring Bear, What If It Comes Off?, and Is It Just Me?.
(French) Cha Sang-mi étudie la conception visuelle, travaille en tant qu'illustrateur et dessine sur différents supports tels que des livres et des vidéos.