allia314, September 6, 2008 (view all comments by allia314)
This is a book I grew up with and cherished. I had an origianl copy but lost it a few years ago in a move. I've been looking everywhere for a copy. I loved it and read it to my sons when they were little. It has love, hope and a wonderful setting. Beautiful read!
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scotty, April 5, 2007 (view all comments by scotty)
This is one of the sweetest of stories. As a child it made a lasting impression. It was read and reread to siblings,neices, nephews ,my own children and now grandchildren .What a joy that another generation will be able to enjoy this delightful book.Even now when I see a beautiful sunset I think of Grandpa Bunny.
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susan.manning, December 19, 2006 (view all comments by susan.manning)
This is a very sweet story that was one of my favorites from childhood. I looked for it when my sons were small but had difficulty finding it. I am thrilled to see it come back into print now that I have grandchildren. It is a lovely story that tells of the gift of one generation to the next. I highly recommend it.
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