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by Guido Van Genechten
illustrated by Guido Van Genechten
Rabbits ears come in all shapes and sizes. But they are all straight and long. All except Floppy's. Floppy hid his ear under a tea-cosy but the other rabbits laughed. He tied a balloon to it, but the others laughed even more. In this humorous story, Floppy discovers that friends love you for who you are and not for your ears.

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