More Tails of a House Rabbit
Hannah's back, in her new book, 'More Tails of a House Rabbit'. Hannah is a Flemish Giant rabbit, the largest breed in the United States, weighing in at over 17 pounds. Along with her size, she has a big personality to match. She started her life in a cage, and eventually was promoted to House Rabbit. This meant lots of lounging, treated, messages from The Humans and playtime with The Boy. Now, in addition to the border collies Hannah nicknamed 'Dumb and Dumber', there's a new dog in the family. Hannah doesn't spare her opinions of the new little terrier she calls Yippy. She also continues a confusing 'friendship' with The Cat, which later takes a sad turn. There's also a new roommate for Hannah, a rabbit named Hermoine! The 4-pound Dutch rabbit is almost miniature in comparison to Hannah's size. Will they get along? Told from the rabbit's point of view in a light and engaging way, this book is for animal lovers of all ages. If you've read Hannah's first book, you'll find her second book both a fun and tear-jerking story!
- Paperback | 104 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 6.1mm | 190.51g
- 20 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Linda Bartash-dawley
Linda Bartash-Dawley is a former newspaper reporter turned author. She writes both non-fiction and fiction and lives with her husband and son in a suburb of Rochester, New York.