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In this hilarious southern folktale, mean old Boss Lion threatens the peaceful folk of Brer Village, and Brer Rabbit is forced to teach the carnivorous trouble-maker a lesson he'll never forget. Brer Rabbit outsmarts the baddest fella in the forest, then saunters back to town as the local hero. Actor Danny Glover narrates this witty, playful adaptation, perfectly complemented by gritty bayou blues by Dr. John. It is just the kind of fun your family will enjoy again and again. Ages five and up. Part of the award-winning Rabbit Ears series, American Heroes and Legends. Adapted by Brad Kessler from the stories collected by Joel Chandler Harris.

©2012 Rabbit Ears Entertainment, LLC (P)2016 Rabbit Ears Entertainment, LLC

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Very clever

The narration is wondeful and worth your time. This is a great story and the music is great by Dr John so get this and enjoy.

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Really fun

The word-play is entertaining, the jazz sax and piano rocket it along, and Mr Glover really brings the sassy, morally ambiguous 'hero' to life. Highly recommend.

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