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Why down in the Bluegrass Country—" "Yes, I know," said the Fox hastily. "What
did you do with them?" "Oh, just took them on a little romp down the Valley,
through a few briar patches, ended them up on that electric fence of Jim Coley's.
Those country louts belonging to the Fat-Man-at-the-Crossroads are scarcely
worthy of a gentleman's attention. I would really relish an occasional chase with a
couple of highly bred hounds. Why down in the Bluegrass Country where I was ...
Very rare up here, but down in the Bluegrass Country where—" "Oh, you and
your bluegrass—" interrupted Phewie. "Stow your gab and keep your eyes open,"
said Uncle Analdas sharply. "See if they unload any traps or spring- guns,
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All of the small animals on the hill are excited at the prospect of “new folks coming,” but what will the new arrivals be like? Planters, or lazy, shiftless sorts? Will they have dogs? Guns? Traps ... Read full review
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Summary: This book is a older book that tells about the life of rabbits, and other animals that they come in contact with daily. The rabbit family would have some kind of adventure happening each time ... Read full review
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