The original tale of Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby appeared in the Cherokee Advocate in 1845, but a number of similar Cherokee and African Slave stories involving a rabbit trickster appeared around the same time.
In this Uncle Remus story, which is filled with fairly heavy dialect, the author tells us how Brer Rabbit manages to let his temper get him into trouble---very sticky trouble indeed.
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|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|
About the Author
A number of other well-known authors such as Mark Twain and A. A. Milne have credited Harris with influencing their own writing careers.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A dollar can go a long way on my nook, not with this purchase though. There is so much more to this story . ? ?where's the briar patch? Brer Rabbit gets the short end of the stick here, and if you arent familiar with the story, you're left wondering why. Two thumbs down!