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I should have seen it coming when the rabbit…

I should have seen it coming when the rabbit died (original 1979; edition 1980)

by Teresa Bloomingdale (Author)

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Title:I should have seen it coming when the rabbit died
Authors:Teresa Bloomingdale (Author)
Info:Bantam Books (1980), 194 pages
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I Should Have Seen It Coming When the Rabbit Died by Teresa Bloomingdale (1979)


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This was a carefree, fun, easy read. I often wondered what it would be like to have sisters and brothers. I knew when I first saw this book that I would enjoy it. ( )
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Grow old along with me!
The best is yet to be...
--Robert Browning
To my parents, Who gave me the gift of laughter.

To my husband, Who gave me the gift of love.

To my children,Who have enhanced both gifts a hundredfold.

God love you all.
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Introduction: I should have seen it coming when the rabbit died.
Down through the years I have been asked a thousand times: "For heaven's sake, why did you have so many children?"
If your baby is beautiful and perfect, never cries or fusses, sleeps on schedule and burps on demand, an angel all the time, you're the grandma.
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