My Hare Line and the Dead Pine Tree
Have you ever been afraid of something and not been able to explain your fear? That's exactly what Rascal experiences in My Hare Line and the Dead Pine Tree. He realizes that the tree in his pen is a danger to the rabbits below, but when he tries to communicate this to Mr. and Mrs. Warden, they don't understand. Read along as Rascal takes action of his own.
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