Book Trailer Premiere: Fenway and Hattie and the Evil Bunny Gang by Victoria Coe

Hello, Victoria Coe! Happy 2017! Welcome back to Watch. Connect. Read. I’m so happy you dropped by to finish my sentences and premiere the book trailer for Fenway and Hattie and the Evil Bunny Gang.

Victoria Coe: Happy New Year, Mr. Schu! Thank you for having me back. Your work to promote and spread the love of reading is nothing short of incredible, and I’m beyond honored to be with you again.

The book trailer for Fenway and Hattie and the Evil Bunny Gang cracks me up every time I see it. If anybody doubts how bad bunnies can be, this trailer will settle that once and for all. And on January 24th, readers can get the whole scoop when the book comes out!

I think Fenway relishes his starring role in this book. It will take a professional to defeat those bunnies and we all know who that professional is!

Did you know Hattie plays her own starring role in this book? While Fenway’s dealing with bunny trouble, she’s caught in a friendship triangle and learns that making the right choice can be awfully tough.

The paperback edition of Fenway and Hattie is out now! The awesome Puffin paperback is available in bookstores, on-line, and in Target stores - with bonus content in the back. 

And the Scholastic paperback reprint is out now, too. I remember buying books through the Scholastic flyers and book fairs when I was a kid, so seeing my own book in Scholastic is really a dream come true.

School libraries are sooo necessary! While I’m a huge fan and supporter of classroom libraries, there’s nothing like a school library and a school librarian to feed and nourish young readers.

Mr. Schu, you should have asked me how much I love connecting with teachers and librarians who are reading Fenway and Hattie aloud in the classroom. Kids seem to enjoy hearing the story from Fenway’s from point of view and then figuring out what’s really going on!

And speaking of reading aloud, there are no words for how excited I am that Fenway and Hattie is a contender for the 2017 Global Read Aloud. Pernille Ripp does an outstanding job with this program and this is such a tremendous honor. I hope this opportunity will give even more educators and readers the chance to discover Fenway and Hattie this year!


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