In A DAY IN THE LIFE OF MARLON BUNDO, the adorable black-and-white bunny of that name, who sports a rainbow-colored bow tie, lives in the home of Vice President Mike Pence, whom he calls Grandpa. (The vice president is pictured twice: once, just from the shoulders to his hips, holding Marlon, and once in a meeting, shown from the shoulders down sitting at a desk next to two other men in suits.) Marlon is lonely until he meets a bespectacled brown bunny named Wesley and spends a day having lots of fun with him, hopping around inside and out. They tell each other they never want to hop without the other and say, "We will get married and hop together Forever." They tell their animal and insect friends, who respond to the news with "Hooray!" But then The Stink Bug, who's "In Charge," yells from his podium, "You can't get married! ... Boy Bunnies Marry Girl Bunnies. Girl Bunnies Marry Boy Bunnies. This is the Way It Has Always Been. You. Are. Different. And Different Is Bad." The other animals speak up to say how each one of them is different in their own way and decide to take a vote on who's in charge, The Stink Bug or "Not The Stink Bug." The Stink Bug gets voted out, and the bunnies get their wedding, with their animal friends in attendance and in the ceremony. Comedian John Oliver, whose team created the book written by Jill Twist, is donating all its proceeds to the Trevor Project, a national 24-hour, toll-free confidential suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth, and AIDS United, which funds projects to combat the AIDS epidemic worldwide. The audiobook version, read by Jim Parsons with special guests including John Lithgow, is available on Audible.