Foxglove Hollow

Foxglove Hollow Spinoza was the first word Bartholomew ever uttered And his parents knew he was destined to be ever so much greater than any ordinary hare Smart enough and strong enough to become a prodigal like his

  • Title: Foxglove Hollow
  • Author: Dennis Phillip Brown
  • ISBN: 9780449144848
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Spinoza was the first word Bartholomew ever uttered And his parents knew he was destined to be ever so much greater than any ordinary hare Smart enough and strong enough to become a prodigal like his famous grandfather, Proudfoot.Sitting at the paws of his master, Bartholomew began his odyssey into adulthood Mastering hare skills, discovering hare history, and prepar Spinoza was the first word Bartholomew ever uttered And his parents knew he was destined to be ever so much greater than any ordinary hare Smart enough and strong enough to become a prodigal like his famous grandfather, Proudfoot.Sitting at the paws of his master, Bartholomew began his odyssey into adulthood Mastering hare skills, discovering hare history, and preparing for the ultimate danger the rabbit migration that could destroy hare civilization as they knew it.

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    1. Do not let the stunning cover fool you. The only thing in common the story has with the cover is the hare. Generally speaking. The hares in the book are of the clothes-wearing, two-legged kind. I do not know why there is a feral hare on the cover. Why it is depicted as emerging from a rock. What the diamond or the blue eyes or the halo or the epic ray of light have to do with anything inside the book. Because spoiler: they totally don't."The novel that rivals Watership Down for drama, excitement [...]


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