I thought this might be a nice new feature to the blog, some of you probably know I have a bit of an obsession with buying/reading/hoarding rabbit related books, but if you're just setting up your rabbit library how do you know which are worth investing in and which are full of rubbish... well here are some reviews to help you decide...
Today's book is one I've owned for sometime in digital format, but when released with both books in one I just had to grab a hard copy....
Title: Understanding Your Rabbit's Habits includes 10 Rabbits behaviour problems solved.
Author: Tamsin Stone
Available from: http://www.therabbithouse.com/behaviour/special.asp
Overview: This book guides you through rabbit body language, behaviour and some common 'problems' that new owners (and often more experienced ones) face with their rabbits.
The Best Bits: The information in this book is really accurate, its well written and easy to understand. As far as I've found its probably the most comprehensive guide on rabbit behaviour. There are loads of useful illustrations to help you identify what your rabbit is saying with its body language. Some really useful tips for help with bonding bunnies and some great environmental enrichment ideas.
Hall of Shame: Really there's no 'false' info in here, its a really reliable book packed with need to know stuff. The only thing I can think of that would make it even better would be some photographic illustrations to accompany the body language drawings... and of course even more in it.
In Summary: I highly recommend this book to all new rabbit owners and more established owners alike, its really useful to have on hand and to refer back to time and time again. A real must have to complete any rabbit library.