Autobiography: Love Your Rabbit

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Autobiography: Love Your Rabbit

Heneghan, Judith. Love Your Rabbit. London: Wayland, 2013. Print.

Judith Heneghan is an expert on rabbits. I learned so much from her amazing book. She owns two rabbits named Jack and Jill. She provides many things for these animals including different virides of food (hay , pellets bananas, apples, E.T.C) and different bedding to change things up a bit. She also likes to put her bunny outside because she believes that bunnies should get as much of the wilderness they can. Did you know, that rabbits teeth can grow to about 0.5 inches. I learned that rabbits need something dark and safe to hide in if they feel threatened.

Nonfiction: Cottontail rabbits

Gallagher, Kristin Ellerbusch. Cottontail Rabbits.
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I learned many new things from this book such as bunny latin. What I mean is the latin would call rabbits Leporidae. Another interesting thing I learned is that rabbits do not hibernate. They can use their warm fur coats to protect them through the winter. Did you know that in one litter there can be 1-14 babies but usually there is about six. Female rabbits make about four or more litters a year, that's 24 babies! I think that Kristin Petrie did a good job of explaining everything.
Autobiography: Love Your Rabbit

Heneghan, Judith. Love Your Rabbit. London: Wayland, 2013. Print.

Judith Heneghan is an expert on rabbits. I learned so much from her amazing book. She owns two rabbits named Jack and Jill. She provides many things for these animals including different virides of food (hay , pellets bananas, apples, E.T.C) and different bedding to change things up a bit. She also likes to put her bunny outside because she believes that bunnies should get as much of the wilderness they can. Did you know, that rabbits teeth can grow to about 0.5 inches. I learned that rabbits need something dark and safe to hide in if they feel threatened.

Nonfiction: Cottontail rabbits

Gallagher, Kristin Ellerbusch. Cottontail Rabbits. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications, 2001.

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