Two bunnies fall in love, but are separated by two spiders who laugh at the bunnies and start a romance of their own.
Judge Rabbit solves the problem of a mischievous tree spirit who has taken on human form.
Mr. Duck and Mr. Rabbit walk right past each other on their way to and from work, but because they never speak to each other, they are missing out on the great friendship that they could have shared.
When Papa Rabbit does not return home as expected from many seasons of working in the great carrot and lettuce fields of El Norte, his son Pancho sets out on a dangerous trek to find him, guided by a coyote. Includes author’s note.
Rabbit has a problem. There’s a large black rabbit chasing him. No matter where he runs — behind a tree, over the river — the shadowy rabbit follows. Finally in the deep, dark wood, Rabbit loses his nemesis — only to encounter a real foe! Kids who like to be in on the secret will revel in this humorous look at shadows and friendship, brought to light by a talented animator.
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Rabbit is afraid of the Big Bad Wolf, but the Not-So-Big-Bad Wolf brings a delightful surprise.
Sister Rabbit enjoys visiting her friends and relatives in the forest. She also enjoys playing tricks on the other animals, and sometimes Rabbit’s tricks get her into trouble.
Inspired by the many rabbit stories from the pueblos of New Mexico, this story of Sister Rabbit and her antics shows us a trickster animal, wily and lovable, who can fool her friends but needs to learn some lessons about how to get along in life.
A hip and hilarious fable perfect for wintertime
Rabbit loves the winter. He knows a dance, using a traditional Iroquois drum and song, to make it snow–even in springtime! The other animals of the forest don’t want early snow, but Rabbit doesn’t listen to them. Instead, he sings and dances until more and more snow falls. But how much snow is too much, and will Rabbit know when to stop?
This stylish and oh-so-funny story is a modern take on a traditional Native American fable from master storytellers Joseph and James Bruchac.
Squish, a little rabbit who is afraid of nearly everything, ventures into the night during a storm to find his friend, Twitch, who he fears may have encountered chickens.
When Karl buys an orphaned bunny at the pet shop, he is met with a less than friendly reception at home. The little boy decided to give Spike to grumpy Mr. Gribble, who lives upstairs. Karl notices a change in his neighbour as Spike slowly nibbles her way through Mr. Gribble’s apartment and into his heart.