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  • Diana B. Austin

    Watership Down - Richard Adams. "One of the most acclaimed, best-loved novels of the 20th century, here is the remarkable epic adventure of courage and survival, as a hardy band of rabbits flee the destruction of their fragile community to face overwhelming adversity in pursuit of a glorious dream called 'home'." (Avon Books)

  • Sarahfina's Rabbitry

    One of my favorite books as a kid. Watership Down - by Richard Adams.

  • Shirley Andrews

    A tale of Bravery & Courage and starring Bunny Rabbits. I know grown men who are reduced to tears every time they watch this film. A beautiful weepy film #WatershipDown #Weepy #Amazing #Rabbits

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A phenomenal worldwide bestseller for over thirty years, Richard Adams's Watership Down is a timeless classic and one of the most beloved novels of all time. Set in England's Downs, a once idyllic ...

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