About the Book
A Simplistic, yet charming narrative from an eight-year-old boy who wrote the story in the late 1950s for a school assignment. More than forty years later, his niece brought the original manuscript to life with illustrations inspired by her five-year-old son who is mesmerized by this story of the rabbit who had no name.
Tracy Sommers returned to her home state of Maine after living and working as a graphic designer in Los Angeles for 10 years. She is an Art School graduate from University of Maine and now resides on Great Diamond Island in Casco Bay with her husband, 9-year-old son, and seafaring labrador. Tracy is inspired by the unique stories that come from living “on-island” off the coast of Maine and she has put pen and paint to paper to tell these tales of island life.