Stories Rabbits Tell: A Natural and Cultural History of a Misunderstood Creature

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Lantern Books, 2003 - Nature - 358 pages
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Examines the behavior and biology of rabbits as well as the rabbit's place in history as a pet, prey, and mythic figure.
 

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Review: Stories Rabbits Tell

User Review  - Kevin Krein - Goodreads

i bought this book three years ago in an online auction for the minnesota companion rabbit society. after getting it, and skimming through it, i realized that parts of it were going to be a tough read ... Read full review

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User Review  - Grumpus McGrouchy - Goodreads

Nary a recipe for rabbit stew was found therein. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Susan E. Davis, award-winning journalist and editor, has written for a wide range of publications, including Sports Illustrated, Mademoiselle, The Nation and The Washington Post. Her previous books include The Sporting Life and Baby Play. She is a national educator with the House Rabbit Society and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, two children, two rabbits and miscellaneous other small creatures.

Margo DeMello is the President and Executive Director of the House Rabbit Society, an international rabbit rescue and education organization. She holds a Ph.D. in cultural anthropology and is the author of Bodies of Inscription: A Cultural History of the Modern Tattoo Community. She has been rescuing animals for twelve years, and is a nationally known expert on rabbit behavior, lecturing and giving interviews on the topic around the country.

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