Fuzzy and Coco's owners are organising an Easter Fair at the Rescue Centre. They bring home a naughty little bunny called Binny in the hope that she will learn to behave. Then she can find a new owner at the fair.
But Binny is determined to cause havoc in Middleton Crescent. Her antics lead to Eduardo's capture by the humans - and then he's taken to be adopted at the fair!
Can Fuzzy and Coco rescue Eduardo and find a new home for Binny?
This is Book 6 in the Guinea Pigs Online Series. See all Guinea Pigs Online books here.
Amanda Swift was born in London in 1959. She read Modern Languages at Oxford University, but spent most of her time acting in plays. She worked as an actress for many years, including stints at the Polka Children's Theatre in Wimbledon and in TV commercials. She then worked as a writer for radio and TV. Most recently she has worked on the TV series MY PAMore about Amanda Swift
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