Rabbit Hill

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The Viking press, 1972 - Juvenile Fiction - 127 pages
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New folks are coming to live in the Big House. The animals of Rabbbit Hill wonder if they will plant a garden and thus be good providers. The small creatures of a Connecticut countryside-each with a distinct personality-create a warm and humorous story. Although they are happy that a new family is moving into the empty farmhouse, the animals on Rabbit Hill fear the newcomers may bring traps and guns.

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User Review  - foggidawn - LibraryThing

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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User Review  - SusieDell - LibraryThing

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

Contents

Mother Worries
27
3 Little Georgie Sings a Song
35
4 Uncle Analdas
51
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About the author (1972)

Anne-Laure Bondoux is the author of "The Second Life of Linus Hoppe, the companion to "The Destiny of Linus Hoppe, as well as the young adult novel "The Killer's Tears. The author lives in Paris, France.