Do you believe in ghosts? In the delightful children's book The Miracle of Helen the Rabbit, you will find that they really exist.
This final book in the Critter Trilogy tells of the reincarnation and ghost of the author's mother Helen, who reappears in his life in the form of a rabbit. After you read the story, you will believe in miracles too.
Steve Rogers completes his three-book series with a tale that features another animal that entered his life. Bogey the Wonder Squirrel and Dogs Can Fly were the first two books in the trilogy. They show how much animals have impacted his life and the members of his family.
The illustrations in the book were lovingly drawn by the author's grandchildren: Lily, Ellie, Mollie, Charlie, Michael, and Jack. The cover was beautifully designed by Maura Collins.
Steve Rogers wrote this book in honor of his mother. He grew up in Tiverton, Rhode Island, and currently resides in Onset, Massachusetts, and Naples, Florida. Retired from the insurance industry, he is an avid golfer, and enjoys spending time with his wife Elaine, and his dogs Doolin and Jellybean.