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Here's the first part of our Briar Patch Fable trilogy. Through musical fantasy, we express the reality of life's "oneness"...revealing that the basic needs of both humans and other creatures on this planet are the same: air, water, food, shelter, privacy, and the ritual of song and dance. Our interdependency is clear. As one species is threatened, so are we all.

The hometown of rabbits, frogs, woodchucks, skunks, and Wiley Fox is threatened by "bullydozers". Two children, with Rufus and Nellie Rabbit, rally the animals to stage a startling demonstration, declaring their rights to the human citizens. A suspenseful town meeting decides the fate of the Briar Patch (based on real happenings in Sandwich, Massachusetts):

Included in this program:
The Briar Patch Is ThreatenedKate & Willy Have A PlanFrom So Good To So BadTaking Less To Keep It WildA Parade To Save the "Patch"Town Meeting!
The Briar Patch Fable was first written and produced as a musical play in 1974 to celebrate the purchase by the Town of Sandwich, Massachusetts of 52 acres of catbriars for conservation...the real Briar Patch. The story is even more relevant today.

GENRE
Jeunesse
NARRATEUR
JHaWF
John Houston and Winnie Fitch
DURÉE
01:14
h min
SORTIE
2006
16 novembre
ÉDITIONS
Hedgerow Studios
PRÉSENTÉ PAR
Audible.fr
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
TAILLE
73,9
Mo

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