Cottontails: Little Rabbits of Field and Forest
Why does a rabbit wiggle its nose? What do you can a baby rabbit? Kids discover wild rabbits and their relatives--pikas and hares--in this exciting adventure into a rabbit's world of fields and forests. 52 color photos.
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