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The Spring Rabbit

by Joyce Dunbar

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A baby rabbit is upset because he does not have a brother or sister. He keeps waiting for the spring.
  vanelena18 | Sep 17, 2013 |
Although its a little long I think it is a great book for kids who have younger brothers and sisters
  aevans1 | Sep 6, 2012 |
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Smudge is the only rabbit in the woods without a brother or sister.  His mother tells him to wait for spring, but that is a long way off.  In the fall, Smudge builds a leaf-and-twig brother, but he blows away.  He builds a snow sister in the winter, but she melts.  Will Smudge's wish for a sibling ever come true?

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Smudge the rabbit longs for a brother or sister but must wait for springtime.

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