• Title: A RUSTLE IN THE GRASS
  • Author: RobinHawdon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • A RUSTLE IN THE GRASS New edition The author s first novel written thirty years ago and now republished after it was realised that with the advent of the digital age it has attracted a list of quite extraordinary star
    New edition The author s first novel written thirty years ago and now republished after it was realised that, with the advent of the digital age, it has attracted a list of quite extraordinary 5 star reviews on Extracts from the USA reviews I re read this one every few years, it takes me back a wellspring for nostalgia and fond remembrances It sNew edition The author s first novel written thirty years ago and now republished after it was realised that, with the advent of the digital age, it has attracted a list of quite extraordinary 5 star reviews on Extracts from the USA reviews I re read this one every few years, it takes me back a wellspring for nostalgia and fond remembrances It s wonderful a celebration of hope and courage and dignity in the face of destructionA fantastic, well paced, beautifully told story that grows on you and the older you get I liked this better than Watership Down A great gift to get children into reading Although relatively unknown, this is by far the best fiction book ever written I love it, and I have no doubt that anyone who reads it will as well It is a magical story This is one of those books I buy, whenever I see a copy somewhere, just so I can give it to someone or their kid The story is enchanting, the biology well used, and the characters are simply unforgettable There are very few books that make me nostalgic for innocence and childhood This one easily tops the list Buy a copy, for yourself, for your kids, for any reason at all Treasure this My favourite book until this day My teacher asked to borrow the book over the summer Two years later in our classroom bookshelf there was a 20 copy set of this book for all of the students to read dp 1910198528

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    1. A Rustle in the Grass is being republished thirty years after it was originally released. I had never heard of the book, but was immediately drawn into the story. We focus on one ant colony and Dreamer, one pretty regular ant who lived there. A sudden external threat of red ants and internal dissatisfaction of the workers are central to the story. We follow the exception bravery of Dreamer as he tries to determine what is worth dying for. It's a beautiful story.Full disclosure - I received a cop [...]

    2. The Micro Universe of AntsAn epic anthropomorphic tale of peaceful brown ants against warlike red ants, how their communities clash, and what comes after.

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