Seymour and Opal by Nicole Jussek

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Illustrated in full color. Siblings Seymour and Opal get along pretty well--until the day Seymour starts charging Opal five cents every time she passes through his room into hers. When Opal runs out of nickels, she decides to teach her brother a lesson--and before she's through, Seymour realizes that his sister is worth more to him than a whole piggy bank full of change. In the tradition of the best books about childhood challenges, Nicole Jussek's charming storytelling and Ana Lopéz Escrivá's adorable bunny-rabbit characters provide just the right mixture of humor and reality to show that it's more fun to be friends than foes.  
 

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Published October 8, 1996 by Knopf Books for Young Readers. 1 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Seymour and Opal are brother-and-sister rabbits who have adjoining rooms;

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Seymour, a brown bunny, and Opal, his white-furred sister, lived in a human-style house.

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