Bill Richardson, illustrated by Bill Pechet
After her parents are duped by a coyote who is a master of disguise, Harriet ("Harry" for short) and her seven younger siblings are left to fend for themselves. Their only resource is their parents' now-empty bedroom, so Harry and her brothers and sisters open a "hare bed and breakfast." It is a great success. Then, the coyote comes calling again, and learns that revenge is a dish best served as breakfast.
Award-winning author Bill Richardson and acclaimed artist Bill Pechet join forces in this charming and hilarious tale about self-reliant young hares and a coyote who gets her comeuppance. (From Running the Goat)
Bill Richardson is an author and former television and radio presenter based in Vancouver. His previous books for children include The Bunny Band, Waiting for Gertrude, After Hamelin, and The Alphabet Thief. He has won a host of awards including the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour, the Silver Birch Award, a B.C. Book Award and a Manitoba Book Award.
Bill Pechet is an award-winning artist, graphic designer and instructor based in Vancouver. Pechet is a faculty member of the architecture and environmental design programs at UBC.