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My Dead Bunny , ,

By Sigi Hallis Cohen.

This is a quirky rhyming story that will appeal to slightly older children and parents who enjoy books that fall outside the square and offer something a little bit unexpected.


Books of Buderim on the Sunshine Coast has available this years Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) shortlisted Book of the Year: Picture Book of the Year

Family versus zombie bunny!

“My dead bunny’s name is Brad; his odour is extremely bad. He visits me when I’m in bed, but Bradley wasn’t always dead …” A hilarious rhyming tale about a zombie bunny who comes back to visit his owner.

  • The combination of Sigi Cohen’s rollicking rhyming text and James Foley’s hilarious irreverent illustrations make this a sure winner with kids (particularly boys) aged 7 to 107.
  • Sigi Cohen’s rhyming text is a joy to read aloud! His playful use of words fills the story with vibrancy and fun.
  • James Foley has paid tribute to the master creators of horror movies with his chosen style of art. His sense of perspective and use of black and white gives the story a real classic horror feel! This is brought home by the select use of slime green.

About the author

Sigi Hallis Cohen was born and raised in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, and currently lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has a degree in English literature and a compulsion for matching words that rhyme. Sigi started on limericks and moved on to rhyming couplets, then to sonnets, then to writing children’s verse. In the meantime, he embarked on a career in law to alleviate the stresses of writing children’s picture books. My Dead Bunny is his first book.

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