Eb and I stood on the edge of the green and watched Uncle Billy address his ball. "So, what's the title?" I asked Eb.
Eb smiled sheepishly. "Bucky Bunny takes a Nap."
"Do you two mind? I'm trying to putt here," said Uncle Billy.
We watched Billy's ball roll past the hole and finally coast to a stop six feet past it.
"Pick it up, Bill, I'm already in for a bogey," said Hank.
Billy looked at Eb and me like we caused his errant putt. "So, that's how it gonna be, eh? Harass the other team to win the hole."
"We're still four holes down ... I don't think you and Hank are in any danger of losing."
"Well, you sure aren't gonna beat us with your talent."
I ignored Billy's remark and followed Eb back to the cart and got in the passenger side. "What's the book about?"
Eb slipped into the driver's seat and started off to the next hole. "A lazy little bunny who is always finding ways of sneaking in naps when all the other rabbit in his warren are working. One day he takes a nap and wakes up to find all the other bunnies asleep ... and hawk is circling and he can't wake them up. He has to ward off the hawk to save his friends."
"And he learns what?"
Eb swerved to avoid a tree branch laying in the middle of the cart path. "That there is a time to sleep and time to watchful."
"Hmmm ... interesting."
Eb slowed to a stop at the thirteenth tee. "Really?"
"Sure, Eb ... I thinks it's great."
Billy pulled up behind our car. "Four down with six to go ... I can taste that free beer already."
He and Hank got out, pulled out their clubs and walked toward the tee. He looked back at Eb and I sitting our cart. "Come on ... let's go."
I got out of the cart and grabbed my driver. "Yeah, children's books are always hot ... you never know what might catch on."
"You think so?" said Eb, as we followed Billy and Hank.
"Think what?" asked Hank.
"Eb's been telling me about the children's book he's writing," I said.
"I heard about that. How's it going, Eb?" said Hank
"It's coming along."
Billy bent down to stick a tee in the ground. "If there is anyone qualified to write a kid's book, it's Eb."