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In this charming and easy-to-follow children's story your child will help out Paul Rabbit, a furry farmer who needs lots of eggs for the egg painting contest. Designed with very young listeners in mind, this treat will be your child´s favorite in no time. The season-independent story is around 10 minutes long, features various narrators and is accompanied by 24 beautiful hand-painted pictures.