• Title: Little Grey Rabbit's Storybook
  • Author: Alison Uttley Margaret Tempest
  • ISBN: 9780001941625
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Little Grey Rabbit s Storybook Full of country life Wise Owl the hunter must be approached with caution leaves are used for letters cobwebs for scarves the sky is blue as a speedwell flower and Moldy Warp the mole s home is full o
    Full of country life Wise Owl the hunter must be approached with caution leaves are used for letters, cobwebs for scarves the sky is blue as a speedwell flower and Moldy Warp the mole s home is full of bits of archaeology he finds while digging Collins Little Grey Rabbit Library abridged version.

    One Reply to “Little Grey Rabbit's Storybook”

    1. I first came across the world of Little Grey Rabbit in an animated series shown on French TV. Little Grey Rabbit is a motherly character who lives in a little house with the scatterbrained Hare and slightly selfish and very girly-girl Squirrel. They have many friends such as Milkman Hedgehog and his son Fuzzypeg, Moldywarp the Mole, and "a crowd of little rabbits." Everyone respects and fears Wise Owl (for obvious reasons), and distrusts the Rat. They have parties, celebrate Christmas in their o [...]

    2. A delightful book which transports you back into an innocent and beautiful world of nature. Sadly today's children are unlikely to understand or appreciate the stories because their knowledge of the countryside and its old customs and its flora and fauna is negligible.

    3. Not nearly as good as Beatrix Potter, although I might have felt differently had I read it as a child. I can see why kids would love it, and it would make a good addition to a personal library, but it's not one that I particularly enjoyed at this point.

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