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Morris' Disappearing Bag Spiral-Bound | September 24, 2001

Rosemary Wells, Rosemary Wells (Illustrated by)

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Bestselling author Rosemary Wells tells a heartfelt holiday story The Chicago Tribune calls “One of the best.”

It’s Christmas day and Morris is missing. He was there to open his present—a teddy bear—and to watch his older sisters and brother open their gifts. His siblings went off to play with each other’s new toys, but nobody wanted to play with Morris’s bear. So Morris found something new to play with—a disappearing bag. He jumped right in and became invisible! Now he has something everybody wants to try. But they have to find him first. This warm and humorous story proves that sometimes the littlest bunny gets the last laugh.


* “Irresistible . . . The author-artist does some wonderful things with Morris’s cars and eyes, expressing exactly the sentiments of a put-out preschool rabbit.”—Booklist, starred review

Publisher: Penguin Random House
Original Binding: Trade Paperback
Pages: 40 pages
ISBN-10: 0142300047
Item Weight: 0.3 lbs
Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.1 x 10.4 inches
Praise for Morris' Disappearing Bag

“One of the best.”—The Chicago Tribune

* “Irresistible . . . The author-artist does some wonderful things with Morris’s cars and eyes, expressing exactly the sentiments of a put-out preschool rabbit.”—Booklist, starred review

"Wells has written and illustrated Morris's Disappearing Bag with her characteristic warm sense of humor. Her rhythmical sentence structure, surprise ending, and expressive characters will entrance readers of all ages."—Children's Literature

Rosemary Wells (rosemarywells.com) is the author of 120 books for children, including more than 40 about the beloved bunnies, Max and Ruby, who star in their own television show on Nick, Jr. She travels all over the country as a tireless advocate for literacy. Wells was born in New Jersey to a playwright father and ballet dancer mother who encouraged her artistic bent. She worked as an art director and designer before illustrating her first book. She is the mother of two grown daughters, Victoria and Marguerite, and grandmother to four girls.