Rabbit and Bear #2: The Pest in the Nest
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Rabbit has really big ears. He also has small paws. So when a din breaks out in the forest, he can’t just cover his ears. Bear is snoring. There’s a woodpecker bashing away up in the tree. Rabbit needs PEACE AND QUIET! Something simply HAS to be done. Rabbit is getting angrier and angrier, and his ears are more and more hurty. But high up in the branches, maybe Bear can teach Rabbit to see the world from a different place…
- The second funny story about these woodland friends
- A laugh-out-loud delight with heartwarming pictures
- By the writer who wrote the End poem in Minecraft
- Lovely springtime artwork by award-winner Jim Field
“Who could fail to love this gorgeously illustrated tale?” Sunday Business Post
“An utterly seductive book.” Guardian
Rabbit and Bear (book 2)
July 6th, 2017
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