Watership Down - Fivers Bad Luck Fiver's Bad Luck by Diane Redmond, Richard Adams
  

Watership Down - Fivers Bad Luck Fiver's Bad Luck

Written by Diane Redmond, Richard Adams
Illustrated by County Studio

Synopsis

Watership Down - Fivers Bad Luck Fiver's Bad Luck by Diane Redmond, Richard Adams

Primrose and Hazel go off to visit Primrose's old home, Redstone Warren, but Fiver has bad feelings about it, he also has a bad vision of a weasel coming to invade the warren. Bigwig makes the rabbits work hard to prepare for the invasion and Hawkbit moans that it is all Fiver's fault and that he is a curse. Upset, believing he brings bad luck to the warren, Fiver stays outside with hungry elil lurking. Will Hazel, back from his journey to Redstone, and Bigwig be able to convince him otherwise?

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Diane Redmond, Richard Adams
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Publisher

Red Fox an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

5th October 2000

ISBN

9780099411895


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