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Heather and Picket are extraordinary rabbits with ordinary lives until calamitous events overtake them, spilling them into a cauldron of misadventures. They discover that their own story is bound up in the two most threatening to overwhelm the wider world. Kings fall and kingdoms totter. Tyrants ascend and terrors threaten.

Betrayal beckons, and loyalty is a broken road with peril around every bend.

Where will Heather and Picket land?

How will they make their stand?

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S. D. Smith

S. D. Smith

1977 -
American
S. D. Smith (Sam) lives with his wife, Gina and their four kids in Grandview, West Virginia, because it would be weird to live with someone else&rsquo... See more
Zach  Franzen

Zach Franzen

American
Zach Franzen lives in Greenville, South Carolina, with his wife, Alissa, and their daughter. He is a full-time illustrator and a part-time illustrator... See more

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Plumfield and Paideia

The Green Ember
Reviewed by Sara Masarik
This series-starter opens with a brother and sister pair of dressed rabbits playing together in the field by their family home. Their friendship is evident, and reading about it invites us into a bigger story of family, friendship, and things worth fighting for. When tragedy strikes a few pages later, these two rabbits must flee, and all that they can take with them is each other. Confused and terrified, they are running away from a pack of evil wolves, and they have no idea where to go. As they run, they are unknowingly pursued by friends as well as foes. When their friends reach and rescue them, they are taken to not only a place of safety but a whole new way of life and a whole new family. 

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