Stories Rabbits Tell: A Natural and Cultural History of a Misunderstood Creatureby Susan E. Davis, Margo DeMello
Long considered either pests or figures of cartoon fun, rabbits are in fact the most popular pets after cats and dogs in the United States. In Stories Rabbits Tell, Susan E. Davis and Margo DeMello explore the relationship between rabbits and people throughout time, from the perspectives of natural history, cultural anthropology and the current debate over animal consciousness. Stories Rabbits Tell is destined to become an indispensable guide for the increasing number of people interested in caring for and finding out more about these intriguing creatures.
Author Biography:Susan E. Davis has written for the Washington Post, Ladies Home Journal and Sports Illustrated. Her previous books include Toddler Play and The Sporting Life, and she is a national educator with the House Rabbit Society.
Margo DeMello is a cultural anthropologist and was the Education Director for the House Rabbit Society. She has one of the only "warrens" (large groups of domestic, free-roaming house rabbits) in the United States.
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