Vacation with Zozo!
soaring over deep Norwegian fjords on a sea eagle’s back,
marveling at the rare moonbow atop a friendly African elephant,
becoming lost in the world’s largest market in Istanbul,
being kidnapped (quite accidentally) by a Flemish Giant rabbit,
flying on flamingos over the Bolivian salt flats, and
playing games of hide-and-go-seek with a wild Alaskan bear.
Imagine a sweet, little pet bunny…
PICTURE BOOK SERIES
Moonbeam Awards, 2022
The BEST vacations ever, am I right? And that’s not even half the adventures in the Travels with Zozo… series!
In the award-winning Travels with Zozo… series of illustrated kids’ books for ages 4-8 years old, a fun-loving family of four brings their pet bunny, Zozo, on their trips around the world, and Zozo’s adventures are filled with fun.
Author A.J. Atlas’ extensive travel experiences in nearly fifty countries and throughout all fifty U.S. states provide firsthand insight into the settings
for the books.
Award-winning illustrator Anne Zimanski uses bright colors
and expert digital artistry to turn the real-life places into beautifully colorful, imaginative worlds for Zozo and readers to explore. She adds an abundance
of charm and heart to the culturally-diverse characters whom Zozo meets,
and she packs Zozo’s sweet, little, furry face full of emotion.
Then, together, Atlas and Zimanski keep the pages filled with goofy gags and funny antics. So many, in fact, that rereading the stories is sure to surprise you with
something new and keep you laughing.
Children and grownups alike are sure to fall in love with the curious pet bunny,
Zozo, who makes friends easily and finds the world to be an amazing place.
Readers will laugh and learn from the pint-sized bits of culture, history, and geography that are sprinkled
into the pages of the new series, Travels with Zozo...
Zozo’s adventures explore Alaska’s coastal islands, Norway’s fjords, Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, Bolivia’s salt flats, Zambia and Zimbabwe’s waterfall, ancient cities of Nara, Japan, and Istanbul, Turkey, Argentina’s Andes Mountains, Iceland’s Northern Lights, Belize’s river caves, islands in Greece and the Eastern United States, Europe’s Flemish and Basque regions, and many more places.