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Sassy, sassier, sassiest! That Brer Rabbit was the back-sassiest critter in 10 counties and it got so Brer Fox just couldn't bear it another second. So he stirred himself up a sticky, gooey Tar Baby and left it on a log for Brer Rabbit to run smack into. Actor Danny Glover narrates this story, accompanied by the music of Taj Mahal. Chuckle through all the whimsical fun, as Brer Rabbit finally outsmarts his wily nemesis. This comic American adventure is one of the world's best-loved folktales. Ages five and up. Part of the award-winning Rabbit Ears series, American Heroes and Legends.

©1991 Rabbit Ears Entertainment, LLC (P)2016 Rabbit Ears Entertainment, LLC

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Made for a child’s ears

Dont miss these great recordings from rabbit ears. My children enjoyed these and i hope my grandchildren will to.
The narration is worth the cost.

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Classic story

Sometimes the music gets stuck in my head, which is annoying. Danny Glover does a great job, but if you are bothered by the "step and fetch" stereotype, then you won't enjoy this. I thought it was a cute story and enjoyed the performance.

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