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Rabbits are small herbivorous mammals in the family Leporidae, occasionally domesticated but usually wild. The rabbit often appears in folklore as the trickster archetype, and is also a symbol of fertility and spring. Rabbits are popular characters in children's fiction.
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The Reality of Animal Agriculture in Children's Books
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“ Owl," said Rabbit shortly, "you and I have brains. The others have fluff. If there is any thinking to be done in this Forest--and when I say thinking I mean thinking--you and I must do it. ...more ”
“ Alcide: "It's on my right butt cheek. It's shaped like a rabbit." Sookie: "I love bunnies! ...more ”
Falling... falling... falling... Down the rabbit the hole you travel. Or was it through a lookin…more
[close] Falling... falling... falling... Down the rabbit the hole you travel. Or was it through a looking glass? No matter how you got to Wonderland you are in for a very strange and sensless world
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All things Lewis Carrol and Alice in Wonderland! Feel free to love and hate!
[close] All things Lewis Carrol and Alice in Wonderland! Feel free to love and hate!
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[close] An open group to discuss bunnies, books, and more.
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Welcome to the The Day That Never Comes buddy read! Will DS Bunny McGarry finally lead his hurli…more
[close] Welcome to the The Day That Never Comes buddy read! Will DS Bunny McGarry finally lead his hurling squad to a championship? Will Brigit become a professional sleuth? Will Paul finally visit Donegal Donkey Sanctuary? Join and find out!
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