Life and Times in Bunny Run: School
by Rick L. Cooper
Sometime in the course of early human history, it was decided that all parents had to tell the next generation what a hard and unusual childhood they had. This was practiced worldwide and was handed down across all known civilizations. Most of these stories were considered to be myths. Some of the stories were noted and documented as legends, which had been handed down from generation to generation. These stories sometimes consisted of things that may have some benefit to the next generation or stories that were too unbelievable to believe, like the ones Rick Cooper’s father used to tell him and his brothers.
These are a few of those many stories.
Praise for the Book
"Life and Times in Bunny Run: School" by author/storyteller Rick L. Cooper and artist/illustrator Brooke Green showcases for young readers a few of those many stories for young readers ages 5-12. Inherently interesting and thoroughly 'kid friendly' in organization and presentation, and while especially and unreservedly recommended for family, elementary school, middle school, and community library collections, it should be noted for personal reading lists that "Life and Times in Bunny Run: School" is also readily available in a digital book format (Kindle, $9.99).” (Midwest Book Review http://www.midwestbookreview.com/cbw/sep_21.htm#rc)
About the Author
Rick L. Cooper grew up in Bunny Run, a small community between Lake Orion and Oxford, MI, with only a small party store and stone gates as an entrance. He raised three children, two boys and a girl.
Rick went to Eastern Michigan State University, and he also designed and produced the boardgame “Trucking U.S.A,” coached football in middle school, and coached a men’s soccer team.