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"I've brought you a new playfellow" The Fairy said. "You must be very
kind to him and teach him all he needs to know in Rabbitland, for he is
going to live with you for ever and ever!"

Helen says:

Best and most saddest book ever. Mum has that version, with the slipcase.

24th Sep 2007, 21:54

Twiglet says:

Alas this is a library version, but I think it may be going on someone's Christmas list....

24th Sep 2007, 21:56

Sprocket says:

This has slipped my children's illustration collection. Should I get a copy?

24th Sep 2007, 22:52

hildegard says:

Oh blub!
It is so very, very sad - maybe you could twin it with "Guess How Much I Love You?"

24th Sep 2007, 22:53

beth says:

to the moon...













































































and back!!

24th Sep 2007, 23:52

hildegard says:

All the way. :)

25th Sep 2007, 00:08

Helen says:

Sproc> if it's not in your collection, go out and get it.

25th Sep 2007, 11:05

Viv says:

It is a classic story - makes me sad to think of it - but love it

25th Sep 2007, 12:15

beth says:

I can't remember what happens. I know it's bad sht. but since watership down I've never trusted rabbit stories anyway. Maybe it's time to read it again.

25th Sep 2007, 19:41

Helen says:

Actually, the ending's supposed to be rather happy. I wasn't convinced. That rabbit was betrayed, BETRAYED!

25th Sep 2007, 19:44

hildegard says:

A slightly revisionist view there, H. ;)

25th Sep 2007, 22:37

yatesybear says:

I also cannot remember exactly what happened but the vague recollection of bitter sweet sadness is enough to make me not want to read it again.

Beautiful prose though

29th Sep 2007, 03:50

Salome says:

Oh, I love this book. *stifles sob*

30th Sep 2007, 20:26