Delightful book by G. G. Hall based on the life of a real pet rabbit.
Hershey begins his tale as he arrives at his new home, newly adopted from a shelter. He soon meets the other pet rabbits as well as some other unusual and interesting creatures, and quickly learns how to secretly explore the large house that he lives in. Eventually, he and his new faithful accomplice, Pepper the rabbit, manage to knock down a Christmas tree, spill syrup all over the pantry and invade a closet full of their owners' shoes, mistakenly overturning a container of baby powder. Their human owners don't suspect a thing - or do they? The two rabbits, not satisfied with exploring the house, soon figure out how to escape into the outdoors for a brief afternoon adventure. The back yard proves to be exciting but also dangerous when they linger outside a bit too long. Will they be able to make their way back home? How? Who will help them?
$1 from the sale of every book is donated to the House Rabbit Society, a non-profit rescue organization.
Available ONLY through Crazy K Farm: book will be signed by author G. G. Hall with a personal inscription of your choosing!
This book caught me off guard. I am an adult who has written a first draft of my first children's book, so I was reading Hershey's tale as inspiration. I enjoyed Ms. Hall's presentation at Books and Books in Coral Gables a couple of months ago, and was reading a few pages at a time here and there. Toward the end of the story, I was totally caught up! I cried at the ending, which I found very moving. This book made me think hard about how we treat animals in this society, too. I believe in the humane treatment of animals as a moral duty, but this book helped bring the issue to heart. Great job, Ms. Hall!
Non-stop fun with a cute rabbit who has a big personality and lots of curiousity. The book also teaches you alot about what domesticated rabbits do and about their habits! Buy it now! It's such a nice diversion from the dog and cat stories that have saturated the market.
The rabbit rules!
Looks like little rabbits get into alot of trouble when we all aren't looking. Non-stop fun but with a great plot. The book climaxes when the rabbits get into a more serious situation outdoors. <span style="font-size