Jack the Bunny Helps Out
By Sue Carter
Copyright 2012 Sue Carter
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Jack the Bunny was wet. Very wet. He had been heading home from his cousin Roger's farm and got caught in a thunderstorm. He had seen baby animals and ate carrots and played in the stream with Roger the Rabbit. It had been warmer when he played in the stream but it was cold now. Jack was huddled under a bush trying to stay out of the rain. He twitched his ears, flinging drops of water off them.
The thunder with loud and the sky lit up with flashes of lightning. Jack was not scared. He knew the lightning and thunder would not hurt him, as long as he took shelter. It was dangerous to be out in the open with lightning, though. That was why he could not go home yet. There was a large field he had to cross to get home. He could not cross until the storm was over.