Brayden Bunny doesn’t feel like picking up his toys or washing his whiskers. It’d be so much easier to live with his friends, so Brayden decides to give it a try. But every new home he visits comes with a new problem: Missy Mouse’s house is too messy, Benny Badger’s house smells a little funny, and Fipsi Squirrel’s house is too high. At last Brayden Bunny visits his Cousin Pepi. Everything there is perfect and easy, but it doesn’t take long for Brayden to realize that something—or someone—very important is missing.
Jutta Langreuter was born in Copenhagen, spent her childhood in Brussels, and now lives in Munich with her family. She worked with children for years as a professional psychologist. When her two sons were born, she started to write children’s books and delights in creating them.
Stefanie Dahle was born in 1981 in the city of Schwerin in northern Germany. As a child she spent many happy hours in the company of picture books and in painting the walls of her room. She went on to study illustration in Hamburg, and today she creates her own beautiful and highly imaginative picture book worlds that invite one to linger and daydream. Since 2007 she has been working exclusively for the publishing house Arena Verlag.