Drew Montgomery is starting grade seven. New school. New kids. He can finally be cool. At least that's what his best friend Quentin promises. He's got a whole set of rules for how to be cool in middle school. Trouble is, the last rule is "No rabbits!" Now Drew has to pretend his pet rabbits, Tiny and Parsley, don't exist--or risk being uncool forever.
And if navigating the complexities of middle school isn't hard enough, his annoying little sister, Libby, has started a campaign to prove that rabbits are the best pets ever. And Drew's other best friend, Tabitha, is helping her. Now Drew must choose between his two friends, between lying and telling the truth, and between being "cool" and just being himself. All while staying out of the vice-principal's office.
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Rachel Elizabeth Cole loves bunnies, tea, autumn, and working in her pyjamas. She lives just outside Vancouver, British Columbia, with her husband, their two sons, and two very spoiled house rabbits.
Along with writing for children, she also writes women's literary fiction and chicklit. Her short stories have appeared in literary magazines both in print and online.
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