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We're Rabbits!

3.43 of 5 stars 3.43  ·  rating details  ·  42 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Can three hungry rabbits eat an entire garden full of mouthwatering vegetables and not get caught? They'll do their best, but one thing stands in their way: the diligent young gardener who doesn't want to share her tasty lettuce, cucumbers, and carrots. She'll only let the rabbits stay if they eat all the vegetables she doesn't like.

But who wants smelly leeks, puny parsnip
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2004 by HMH Books for Young Readers
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cute book, but perhaps a little young for Logan, who is 6. Funny though and great rhymes that are not *exact* rhymes, which I find more interesting. Like leaves & peas, and cabbages & radishes. The story is about rabbits who invade a garden and the gardener tries to lure them away with some of her veggie cast-offs. The bunnies, however, much prefer the best the garden has to offer, not the worst!
Cute little rhyming book with bright, colorful pictures. The rabbits hop through the garden eating this and that, but especially want the carrots. The gardener, in desperation, offers them a bowl of "the stringiest beets and the smelliest leeks, the toughest old turnips, the puniest parsnips - even rutabagas!" but it's not what these rabbits want. Then want carrots because, "We're rabbits!"
Sandra Y.
This book is a cute little rhyming story, full of colorful pictures. The rabbits hop through a garden trying to eat without getting caught by the gardener. Excellent book to stop and point out rhyming words like still and hills, or lean and bean. I would recommend this book for kindergarten and up.
Apr 03, 2013 June rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: garden, rabbit requests.
Recommended to June by: Faith?
A simple rabbit story, that I tried for lap time. I missed a page so it might work better. May try again next year if I don't find something better.5/2/12

Didn't find anything better, yet.
There was lost of near rhyme in this picture book, which was a bit bothersome, but the story itself was cute.
Text meanders through the story and is printed in a variety of colors.
rabbits, gardens, vegetables

very short, rhymes, little plot
I love the illustrations to this book!
This book is so adorable. I love it!
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