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Why Lapin's Ears Are Long: And Other Tales from the Louisiana Bayou

by Sharon Arms Doucet, David Catrow (Illustrator)

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No creature is as good at being bad as Lapin, a no-good, no-count, do-nothing rascal of a rabbit down the banks of a Louisiana bayou. The truth is, as long as there are fools to be fooled, Lapin figures he might as well do the fooling. And the fortunate readers of these three illustrated tales will soon discover they wouldn't want it any other way.
  wichitafriendsschool | Jun 29, 2016 |
Z loves these trickster tales from the Bayou. I am the unfortunate victim of the love, in that he's been reenacting the tricks to the best of his ability using household objects. ( )
  beckydj | Mar 30, 2013 |
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No creature is as good at being bad as Lapin, a no-good, no-count, do-nothing rascal of a rabbit down the banks of a Louisiana bayou. The truth is, as long as there are fools to be fooled, Lapin figures he might as well do the fooling. And the fortunate readers of these three illustrated tales will soon discover they wouldn't want it any other way. Full color.

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Three tales of Compere Lapin who practices his tricks among the Creoles and the Cajuns of the Louisiana bayou.

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