Rabbits Don’t Lay Eggs

Publisher: Macmillan

Review

Rupert the rabbit is lonely in his burrow next to the farm. But when he burrows under the wall, and bursts out of the ground next to Dora the duck, nobody seems that impressed with his attempts to fit in. He's not great at tidying or keeping the birds away from the seeds, or laying eggs. What can a rabbit do to be useful?

Fortunately, Rupert's burrowing skills come in particularly handy when it comes to bringing the other animals vegetables from the field next door. But…shhh! Nobody can tell Dora the duck that the vegetables aren't so much 'laid' as 'stolen'.

A charming board book about recognising all of our individual talents.

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