Who's In Rabbits House (Read Me a Story Series) by Golden Books

Who's In Rabbits House (Read Me a Story Series)
ISBN 0307058867
  • Author:
    Golden Books
  • Title:
    Who's In Rabbits House (Read Me a Story Series)
  • Category:
  • Subcategory:
    Geography & Cultures
  • ISBN13:
    978-0307058867
  • Publisher:
    Golden Books (April 1, 1992)
  • Size PDF version
    1312 kb
  • Size FB2 version
    1182 kb
  • Size EPUB version
    1861 kb
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    107
  • Other Formats:
    azw mbr docx lit
When Rabbit arrives home to find that a terrible monster has taken up residence inside his house, his friends come to his aid, but their attempts to help nearly destroy Rabbit's house instead. Read by Barbara Bush. Book available.


Tetaian
These are some of our children's and grandchildren's books we read them to our children and they in turn read them to their children and they even read them to each other. They even act out the plays for fun.
Mave
Great illustrations for a children's book.
Chi
This was one of my children's favorite books growing up because it is so much fun for me to read with all the sounds and characters. Now they have to have a copy for their children and Mayo continues to read all the wonderful sounds. The pictures are fabulous. The retelling of this traditional story couldn't have more rhythm and flow. After the story and the smiles, it is time to think about how little creatures can cause quite a stir in a community.
Voodoozragore
The book was in good condition, and served its purpose well. I loved the expedience on how quickly it arrived. My children loved when "daddy" read them this story at bed time, and now my grandchild can share the same experience when grand-dad reads it to her.
Ffan
Wonderful book for children. The illustrations are colorful. The story is a worthwhile story to read. The story is easy to follow.
Bluecliff
.... BEAUTIFUL STORIES TO READ WITH YOUR CHILD.
VERY GOOD QUALITY.
SUPER FAST SHIPPING
Androrim
An amusing tale with a varied cast of 'animals' is masterfully sketched - movement is depicted wondrously. This is a winning effort.
We Love this story.