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The little rabbits stayed home alone, and they are in danger. The hungry Brother Fox is lurking around. Will he succeed? Read up the story and find out who helped the little rabbits. Uncle Remus continues to reveal the delightful tale of Brer Fox and Brer Rabbit.
“Here we are, at eight hundred yards. Men are like insects. See! I think we should always contemplate them from this height, to judge correctly of their proportions. The Place de la Comedie is transformed into an immense ant-hill. Observe the crowd which is gathered on the quays; and the mountains also get smaller and smaller.”
An ingenious, subtle description of the world of the ants, through the eyes of Zeevi, a curious child who pays close attention to the world and the living beings around him, and finds that the lives of small creatures are not so small if one bothers to look carefully.
Things are not always what they seem. Who is Kunfoosa: a beetle? a little girl? or a terrible jinn? A playful and funny story, written after Arabic folktale.