When yellow-bellied snakes eat the last of the Dodo birds and continue to eat everything in their way, Ronnie the elephant must decide whether to go to war or talk to the snakes in order to have peace. After some debate, Bungles the bunny is selected for a special operation to destroy the yellow-bellied snakes. With every life on the line, Bungles the bunny, along with Vargas the mongoose, must complete the Bunny Op without being detected by the yellow-bellied snakes. The Bunny Op must succeed before their world goes the way of the Dodo... Sean Nelson lives in Castle Rock, Colorado with his wife and kids. The idea of introducing conservative principles to children via Bungles was born one evening in the fall of 2000 as he placed a small stuffed bunny next to his daughter as she fell asleep. In 1993 while serving in the United States Air Force, Rush Limbaugh challenged Sean Nelson's political beliefs and he transitioned quickly from a liberal to a conservative. He has been an artist for over twenty years. From a humble beginning of drawing art for his high school newspaper and yearbook to publishing two children's books, his artwork has taken many forms including a large mural he painted in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia depicting an F-16 dedicated to the 34th FS Rams of Hill AFB, Utah.