The story of Mister's Garden began with my camera and a tiny wild eastern cottontail who became known as Mister. Mister taught me to live. Live in the moment....the moment of Mister, because you never know when a moment could be your last.
Welcome to the Mister's Garden Boutique, powered by JellyBean Publishing. Look for cute unique animal themed items in our shop, with an emphasis on cats and bunnies. More to come soon!
For a magical look inside the garden gate, check out Mister's memoir, Mister's Garden. Exciting news! Be Loved is available now and it is my JellyBean kitty's adoption story from 19 years ago. Opt to adopt and save a life. The first book in our children's series, Be Safe, is also available.
Mister's Garden - Bunny Rabbit Photography Book
WELCOME SPRING SPECIAL! (Original List Price $29.95)
Great gift for the bunny lover in your life! 160 pages full color, fully illustrated, and jam packed with 100's of the carrot lady's photos. The book is large at 8.5" x 11" and it is a heavy paperback. Older children and adults alike enjoy the magical story and the photography. Don't forget to look for hidden cats in the illustrations throughout the book!
**Please message me if you would like the book to be signed when you place your order and to who you would like it signed to. Thanks!
"Once upon a time there was a wild Texas cottontail. She dreamed of a better life, a charmed life. One special lady would make her dreams come true, a carrot lady. A heartwarming relationship formed between human and rabbit and they developed a remarkable bond of mutual need and respect. The carrot lady realizes that life is too short and she should cherish every day just as the rabbit did. It was time to live in the moment, the moment of Mister.
Mister and her carrot lady, JB Bean, invite you through the garden gate to experience the enchanting memoir of Mister, an incredible wild bunny who captured the hearts of the world. Mister had achieved the unimaginable and she had created a legacy. She was not insignificant. Mister was wild and free, and she had been loved."