Buffy and the Carrot

Children's Books

By Jennifer Probst

Publisher : Eloquent

Buffy and the Carrot

ABOUT Jennifer Probst

Jennifer Probst
Jennifer Probst wrote her first book at twelve years old. She bound it in a folder, read it to her classmates, and hasn’t stopped writing since. She took a short hiatus to get married, get pregnant, buy a house, rescue two shelter dogs, and get pregnant again. Currently holding a practic More...



Buffy the rabbit loves playing with his friends at the farm, but Buffy is still a lonely rabbit. He wants someone special to share his life. One day, Buffy finds a very special carrot and knows it is true love! He names his carrot, Julianna. The other bunnies make fun and won't play with him anymore. Buffy doesn't care; he only needs Julianna to make him happy. One day, a storm ravages the farm and damages all the food. Buffy looks for food at his friends' house, but they won't let him in since he's still with Julianna. Buffy grows hungrier and hungrier. Whatever will he do? He looks at his one true love and makes a decision.

“Buffy and the Carrot” by Jennifer Probst and Taylor Probst
Jennifer Probst wrote this book with her 12 year old niece, Taylor Probst, and loves to encourage writing to young people.

My Thoughts-
I first want to say it was very exciting to hear that this book was written by not only an adult but also her 12 year old niece. Reading and writing is big in our family and I love seeing it being encouraged.
This book is about a Bunny named Buffy. He doesn’t have a lot of friends and then falls in love with a carrot. Many events happen and the ending is so silly.
I love how the story is written and the illustrations.This is a very cute, fun book to read with your kids. Lee loved it and laughed so hard at the ending. Her words, “That’s just silly mommy.” I love books that can get your child into it and this book lives up to keeping your child’s interest.
I would totally recommend you checking out this book. It would even be a fun book your child’s teacher could read to the class. “Buffy and the Carrot” is a book you’ll want on your child’s bookshelf.