Since their first publication in 1929, the Little Grey Rabbit books have captured the hearts of many and become children's classics in their native Great Britain. Beautifully told by Alison Uttley and brought to life by Margaret Tempest's charming watercolor illustrations, these stories for readers 4 to 8 are squarely in the tradition of Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit tales and Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows.
Rat has a knot in his tail that he just can't untie—and it's getting in the way of all his thieving. There's only one thing for it, according to Owl: Rat will have to turn over a new leaf. But in this 1937 tale, can he do what it takes to undo the knot squirrel tied?