Bertha's Garden by Elisabeth Dyjak

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Hop, Hop, Hippity hop wiggle nose sniff, sniff. Cautiously is the way Mr. Rabbit approaches Bertha's garden. Bertha's vergetables are divine, her lettuce "tops," and before long Mr Rabbit is a frequent visitor. He just knows Bertha planted the beautiful garden especially for him -- didn't she set out pie pans for him to play with and a scarecrow to keep him company? And she's even invited him for lunch! But Bertha may not be quite what she seems, and what maybe Mr. Rabbit ought to be a little more carefull...

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Published March 27, 1995 by Houghton Mifflin. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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To a ravenous rabbit bored with dandelions, Bertha's luxuriant vegetable garden seems ``a little corner of heaven!'' For one whole week the bunny enjoys his literal field days: ``Rainy Tuesday./ pitter patter/ hop, hop/ sniff/..../ Pluck a pea.

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