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Product NameRabbit Ears
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Length9.65 inches    (convert)
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AuthorAmber Stewart
Page Count32
BindingPaperback
Published03/05/2007
Long DescriptionHopscotch is a very determined little rabbit. He knows exactly what he likes and what he does not like. And one thing is for sure - Hopscotch does NOT like having his ears washed. But when Bobtail, his older cousin, comes to stay the night, Hopscotch might just be persuaded otherwise ...
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