Tulliver is a little rabbit who hates washing his face. One day, he decides he has had enough, and leaves home to live in a burrow under a big oak tree at the far end of the field. But, when night time comes, and Tulliver's burrow is not finished, a very hungry, muddy and miserable rabbit settles down to sleep. Perhaps he isn't ready to leave home after all?
Diana Reynolds Roome taught English as a foreign language in Nepal and Wolverhampton and is now a freelance writer and journalist specialising in travel, health and social issues. She has written educational books for Mary Glasgow Publications and was co-author with Dr Perry Gluckman of Everyday Heroes of the Quality Movement (Dorset House, New York). Her first book for Frances Lincoln was The Elephant's Pillow, illustrated by Jude Daly. Susan Winter is a highly successful illustrator for children. Her previous books for Frances Lincoln are Copy me, Copycub, Where Are You Hiding, Copycub? and Good Night Copycub all by Richard Edwards, Acker Backa Boo! by Opal Dunn, and Tabby Cat's Secret by Kathy Henderson.