Summary: When evil bunnies invade the Dog Park, Fenway’s hot on their trail. Hattie seems understandably alarmed, though she clearly doesn’t appreciate his efforts. She shoos him out of the garden and fills in holes as fast as he can dig them! Fenway wonders if his beloved Hattie could be working against him, until she brings home a cage with a bunny inside. He can hardly control his excitement – she captured one of the intruders! But when Fenway realizes Hattie actually likes the bunny, he’s crushed. Is his heart big enough to accept that Hattie can love another pet, too? In this sequel to Fenway and Hattie, these two best buddies learn that making the right choice can be tough, but being a real friend is the greatest choice of all.
Fenway is back, and this time he’s battling an evil bunny who’s trying to steal his beloved short human’s affections. The dramatic irony of Fenway’s dog’s-eye point of view of his Dog Park (backyard), Eating Place (dining room) and people like Food Lady and Fetch Man are just as endearing and hilarious as in the first book, but it’s Fenway’s undying devotion to Hattie that will keep readers cheering for him, even when he messes up. Through Fenway’s eyes, the reader sees Hattie contend with challenges in her friendships and the responsibilities of pet sitting a neighbor’s rabbit, and will understand the nuances even as Fenway himself remains blissfully clueless.
FENWAY AND HATTIE AND THE EVIL BUNNY GANG is out now.