One little bunny learns the power of books, facts, and libraries on her quest to make her perfect sandwich.

When Bunny's sandwich-making plans are disrupted by a lack of jelly, she knows what to do--she'll make her own! After asking her brother, neighbor, father, and grandmother how to make jelly, though, and getting absolutely no right answers, Bunny starts to despair! Will she ever get to make her perfect sandwich? It's only when Bunny learns to look for information in just the right place--the library--that she finds the answers she's been looking for.

In this fun and fact-affirming story about solving problems with good information, readers learn the right way to find the answers they need--with bold and appealing art by Andrew Joyner, the illustrator of Dr. Seuss's Horse Museum.

Praise for Bunny Figures It Out:

"A recipe for success, this is a general purchase to please inquisitive readers, with nuts-and-bolts advice and a sweet dollop of sugar." --School Library Journal

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