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Author: Emily Arnold McCully,Judy Cox
ISBN: 0152018328
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Pages 32 pages
Publisher Harcourt Children's Books; First edition (August 2, 1999)
Language English
Category: For Children
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 650
ePUB size: 1510 kb
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by Emily Arnold McCully,Judy Cox


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Publish date: August 2nd 1999. Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers.

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Business is good until the day Monsieur Reynard, the fox, walks in. "Such tasty patrons-I mean portions," he says

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Monsieur Lapin and Monsieur Blanc own the Spinach Main, a restaurant in the south of France famous for its fresh vegetables and excellent cuisine. Business is good until the day Monsieur Reynard, the fox, walks in. "Such tasty patrons--I mean portions," he says. "I plan to eat here often." The restaurant empties. What can Monsieur Lapin and Monsieur Blanc do? They have given up their pirate ways and are now rabbits of peace, but the fox is not easily discouraged. Then, one dark night, when the rabbits are sitting outside on their terrace admiring the moon . . .
Umi
a good story for those who love french words b/c there are some in this book you will want to pronounce correctly.
Uthergo
Very cute, original story. Some French words which are nice. My kids, ages 4 and 6, really loved this story.
Kesalard
This is a cute book, a story about two ex-pirate rabbits who have given up violence and need to come up with a *pacifist* way to scare off the fox who is threatening them and their customers.

Naturally, they succeed, and in a very *satisfying* way :)

The illustrations alone are to die for. I really recommend this.
MARK BEN FORD
This is one of my very favorite children's stories. I enjoy the story, the banter between these two friends. I appreciate the French terms used in the story and the glossary/pronounciation key of those terms. Since these rabbits are French, these terms add to the story and enlarge children's knowledge of another language. Very commendable!
Taulkree
Great story. One of my children’s favorite! I loved it as well. We give it as a gift.