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Potato Race
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The Stable
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I Love My Love With An A
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Spanish Fly
In this game of leap frog various tricks are attempted by the...

Last Man
This is a good active game thoroughly enjoyed by the children...

Tame Rabbits

Source: What Shall We Do Now?: Five Hundred Games And Pastimes
Category: PETS





The long-haired Angora variety of rabbit is intelligent and very
handsome. These need regular grooming and great care, or their long
coat gets matted and frowsy. Belgian hares are big, powerful animals,
rather apt to be uncertain in temper, but they have beautiful glossy
coats and are enterprising and amusing. The lop-eared rabbit is a
stately beast and less brisk than his prick-eared relations. The
Himalayan rabbit has no connection with the mountain chain from which
it has its name, is white, with all its extremities--nose, ears, tail,
and feet--black or very dark in color. The Dutch rabbits are small.
The body is colored, but the neck, forelegs, and jaws are white. But
to the ordinary owner of a rabbit in a hutch, particular variety does
not matter very much.




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