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Merry, The Rabbit Mom Didn't Want

by dorothea_potter

This is the first book in a series of three about Merry, the rabbit.  The three stories form a biography of this rabbit's real life experiences.  Merry was unusual in that she did not spend her life in a cage.   She was free to interact with her environment and her human companions.  She proved herself as intelligent and loyal as a dog or cat despite her frailties.  In this first book Merry is given as a gift to the author who at that time was a child with very limited knowledge of rabbits.  The child's mother has asthma so the rabbit can not be kept in the house.  The author tries several methods of caging the rabbit but Merry makes it quite clear that cages are not for her.  Merry ends up with the freedom to come and go from the garage, the yard, and under the front porch.  At the end of the book she is allowed to stay in the basement during the winter because mother says it is too cold outside.

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Merry's Adventures in the Loft

by dorothea_potter

The second book about Merry, the rabbit tells what happened when Merry climbed the wooden stairs to the loft above the garage.  Merry's care giver decides to read books about other rabbits to her.  It becomes apparent that the fictional rabbits who talk and wear clothes are nothing like the real rabbit.  It is decided that talking animals is a game that humans play.  And yet Merry does make her wishes known in ways that are understood and in ways that are yet to be discovered.  In this second book, Merry decides the loft needs a back door but how will she get her humans to build it?  

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Merry's Signal

by dorothea_potter

In the final book about Merry, the author learns more about rabbits from a variety of sources: the veterinarian, books found in the library and the rabbit herself.

In a nose to nose experience, Merry shares a secret message with her human. When the message is tapped on a metal pole with a metal garden tool, Merry comes like a child that is called home by a dinner bell.

Then one evening Merry doesn't come. She is not lost but it is necessary to call her human. The rabbit puts together her own long distance calling system and begins to transmit her message. Will her human understand?

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