When the Porcupine Moved In
. Franklin Watts . NY ,
PZ10.3.A585 Wh 1971 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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This delightful story is at least related to an Aesopic fable. The porcupine moves in more and more, and the poor rabbit can never stand up to him until he has a great idea.... Great illustrations include the cover profiles, the rabbit glumly hearing the opening pitch from the pushy, contrary porcupine, the two-page spread of the rabbit house infested by porcupines, and the side view of the rabbit smiling over a bright idea late in the story. All the illustrations are in black-and-white. The book has a few stains, but the price was right!