Rabbit and His Friends MOBI ´ Rabbit and PDF \

Rabbit and His Friends MOBI ´ Rabbit and  PDF \ See the Platypus, The most wonderful animal in the world A friend to rabbits, Hens, Squirrels, Ducks, Beavers, and other animals and especially of little girls and boys Admission is free to all friends of the Roly Poly Platypus Come one, come allspine The outer portion of a book which covers the actual binding The spine usually faces outward when a book is placed on a shelf Also known as the back


10 thoughts on “Rabbit and His Friends

  1. Kylie Abecca Kylie Abecca says:

    While this book was a great way to describe the platypus and introduce the animal to the kids, I think the story was sad in that the animals never took the platypus back to where he was found before hatching to try and reunite him with any of his own kind I also wasn t too keen on the fact that because he was different he was used in a circus, to be shown off for being different Not the greatest image or ideas to pass on


  2. Hilarie Hilarie says:

    Little Golden Book.


  3. Joe Loncarich Joe Loncarich says:

    I read this book a few weeks ago, and I can t really remember it I know it was written a while ago, so maybe it s just rabbit and his friends icing each other with Smirnoffs


  4. Theresa Theresa says:

    One of my hubby s childhood books read to our grand kids who also enjoyed it.


  5. Laura Laura says:

    This is a cute story, written in 1979 There are manywords than you would find in a picture book today When the forest friends find an egg that hatches into a mystery animal, they compare him to several animals, but none of them match all of his traits The surprise ending is cute, but not sure it would be as acceptable today.


  6. Sarah W Sarah W says:

    Interesting that the book is named for Rabbit when it is mostly about a little platypus.


  7. Ellice Ellice says:

    A Little Golden Book from my youth, re read as an adult Nifty story and good illustrations from Richard Scarry A Little Golden Book from my youth, re read as an adult Nifty story and good illustrations from Richard Scarry


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