In “Stories Rabbits Tell”, Susan Davis examines the natural and cultural history of rabbits. The book covers everything from how rabbits evolved to their place in human culture, and is filled with fascinating facts about these often misunderstood creatures.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who wants to learn more about the natural and cultural history of rabbits. It is full of interesting facts that will appeal to both lovers and haters of these creatures alike.
- Davis does a great job of exploring the natural history of rabbits, from their evolutionary beginnings to their current place in human culture.
- The book is filled with interesting facts about rabbits that will fascinate both rabbit enthusiasts and general readers alike.
- Davis’ writing style is engaging and easy to read, making “Stories Rabbits Tell” an enjoyable read for anyone interested in this topic.
- The book could be more rabbit-focused, with less human perspective
- There is a lot of information to take in and some sections may be overwhelming for readers who are not familiar with rabbits
- It can be repetitive at times
Learn more about the author
Davis is a science writer who has published extensively in magazines and online. She has a particular interest in evolutionary biology, and her work often looks at how animals have adapted to their environment.
“This book was so interesting! I learned a lot about rabbits and their place in the world. The author does a great job of explaining everything in an easy to understand way, and the stories she includes make it even more enjoyable to read.”
“This is a great book for anyone interested in rabbits, from the casual observer to the serious naturalist. Davis has done her research and provides ample scientific evidence to support her assertions about rabbit behavior. But she doesn’t shy away from the human side of the equation, discussing our complicated relationship with these animals.”
“Stories Rabbits Tell”
“This book is a must-read for anyone who loves rabbits or simply wants to know more about them. Susan Davis has done an outstanding job of delving into the biology, behavior and folklore of these amazing animals.”