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By: Sam Moss

Rusty Rabbit

Pages: 48 Ratings: 5.0
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This book tells the story of a family of rabbits that live near a sports club. The club has the facility of an artificial ski slope. In the evenings, after the club closes for the day, the rabbit family and friends come out to play. Sometimes rabbits from other areas come to join in and it all gets a bit competitive.

One rabbit from another area comes to visit, his name is Rusty, he is very competitive, he wants to be the best and the fastest skier and snowboarder in the county. Whilst travelling from his village to compete there are many dangers and often have to make diversions to avoid a fox or two. The rabbits like parties and having fun especially at Christmas and Easter.

The author worked as a bricklayer and builder for most of his working life. It wasn’t until late in life that he became interested in artwork and began painting watercolour landscapes. This book was born from an evening as a spectator at a sports club where there is an artificial ski slope. Staff and members were taking part in a fun evening skiing. When all events had ended, everyone returned to the club house for refreshments. The slopes were still all fully lit and looking out of the panoramic window, they witnessed rabbits appearing on the slopes hopping, skipping and jumping. Thus began the story.

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  • Lucas Wright

    Incredible book, my kids loved it

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