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Squirrel, the Hare and Little Grey Rabbit (Little Grey Rabbit: the classic editions) Hardcover – 9 Mar 1992
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'a nice addition to a child's bookshelf and to read for a bedtime story, and especially so if Little Grey Rabbit has featured in the life of previous generations of your family.' * Baby London/Hampshire/Surrey * 'A great story of courage and loyalty. The three friends have to show great bravery and stick together to survive the danger of a weasel who has come to live nearby.' -- Julia Eccleshare * Lovereading4kids * 'nostalgic stories of a country life which has long disappeared will continue to enchant.' -- Deborah White * Blackbird reads * 'Collect the series (Templar are reissuing the first four) and they will become family favourites - I still have a collection bought when my children were little' * Parents in Touch * --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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'A Little Grey Rabbit book and tape pack produced especially to complement the TV Animation. Narrated by Andrew Sachs.'
Little Grey Rabbit, Squirrel and Hare live in a cosy little house on the edge of a wood. Grey Rabbit is kept very busy gathering food for her friends and learning how to grow her own vegetables. But when a fierce weasel comes to live in the woods, life becomes very dangerous for all the animals. Grey Rabbit will need all of her quick thinking and bravery if she is to save her friends…--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. See all Product description
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Not on a grand scale, and not as drastically as some of the shocking copies which appeared in the 1990s. Just the odd sentence or word here and there have been stripped out. WHY? To save space?
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