Willow is a pet bunny who wants to be free like the wild bunnies. When her hutch is left open, she gleefully escapes. This beautiful book teaches that although we sometimes get tired of rules at home, they're for our...
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Willow is a pet bunny who wants to be free like the wild bunnies. When her hutch is left open, she gleefully escapes. This beautiful book teaches that although we sometimes get tired of rules at home, they're for our own good.
Willow the rabbit thinks that she would rather be free than well cared for and loved by Rebecca and Benjamin, but when she does escape from her hutch she finds that her home is best just the way God planned it.
Illustrated by Stan Myers.Willow wants freedom. But when this bunny escapes from her hutch and finds herself in danger, she retreats to the rules and safety of home.
Willow is a selfish bunny who wants her freedom. She has plenty of food, a safe hutch, an occasional opportunity to hop about the yard, and the loving care of her family. But Willow is tired of being told what to do and wants to be completely free like the wild bunnies -- free to go where she wants to go and stay out all night if she feels like it. She wants to make up her own mind, choose her own food, and sniff where she wants to sniff.So when the hutch is left open one night, Willow decides to escape. But she soon finds herself in grave danger, cold and hungry, and afraid for her life. She makes a hasty retreat to the safety of home, having learned a valuable lesson: She does have freedom there-freedom tied with the strings of love.Parents, grandparents, and teachers will find this charming, well-written book a pleasure to share with the children in their lives. The accompanying artwork by Stan Myers beautifully accents the warm and endearing story, which teaches children an important, universal lesson.