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Thursday, 17 January 2013

The Railway Rabbits: Berry and the Amazing Maze by Georgie Adams and Anna Currey (Children's, 5 years +, 10/10)


October 2012, Orion Children's 
96 pages, Paperback
Review copy 

Content: mild peril 

Summary from Orion

Meet the Railway Rabbits! Join the irrepressible Longears family as they get in and out of scrapes, meet new friends, and perform daring rescues. But Burdock the buzzard and the terrifying Red Dragon, are always on the lookout for naughty rabbits who stray too far from home...

A field of ripe sweetcorn is fun to explore, until Berry gets lost in the maze and is chased by a terrifying harvester!

Nayuleska's thoughts 
What I love about this series is how cute it is. I go aww at every illustration because the bunnies look so adorable. Berry ends up having a little too much excitement, demonstrating one of many perils that bunnies face on a daily basis in this 10/10 read.

Suggested read

Check out other books in the series, including The Railway Rabbits: Wisher and the Noisy Crows.


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