Guess How Much I Love You: The Adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare

Join Little and Big Nutbrown Hare and their friends on a journey of discovery during which they will learn something new and wonderful about the natural world around them.

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  • Wind Whistle
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    June 9, 2012

    Little Nutbrown Hare discovers that everyone else can whistle but him... the birds, Little Grey Squirrel, Otter and even the wind in the river reeds. Inspired by the wind, he practices really hard and eventually learns to blow through a reed himself to make it whistle. He and his friends make a beautiful and eerie whistling symphony amongst the reeds.

  • The Scents of Spring
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    June 5, 2012

    One morning in the early Springtime, Little Nutbrown Hare wakes to find the air filled with a delightful smell. He and Little Field Mouse search all over the meadow, the woods and by the riverside to find the source of the wonderful smell. They discover all kinds of new and unexpected Spring scents... sweet, pretty and fresh, but will they find the one they are searching for?

  • Pumpkin Patch
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    June 3, 2012

    A fun, spooky tale from little White Owl leaves the friends a little on edge, so when they hear strange noises in the pumpkin patch, they wonder what kind of creepy creature might be lurking there with them. Will Big Nutbrown Hare be able to convince them not to let their imaginations run away with them?

  • You For a Day
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    June 2, 2012

    Little Nutbrown Hare has a new game. He will be Big Nutbrown Hare for a day, doing jobs like finding food, answering tricky questions and resting in the grass. Likewise, Big Nutbrown Hare must take on his son's jobs of playing with his friends, making up new games and asking questions. It's all great fun until they realize that they are much, much better at being themselves.

  • A Hare's Tail
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    May 27, 2012

    Little Nutbrown Hare decides he wants a clever long tail like his friends, rather than a short fluffy one. They help out by making him a long tail but all the results are either too tickly, bendy or flappy. When Big Nutbrown Hare spots his son from way across a grassy field everyone realizes that Little Nutbrown Hare's little tail is clever in its own way.

  • Taste of Sunset
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    May 26, 2012

    One gorgeous Summer morning Big Nutbrown Hare wakes to find Little Nutbrown Hare enthralled by a story of Little White Owl's. Encouraged, Little Nutbrown Hare sets off to make up a story of his own, but finds it harder than he thought to come up with one. With the help of his father, he finally uses some fruit he's collected on the way to help him tell a very colourful tale.

  • Hare's Eye View
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    May 20, 2012

    Little Nutbrown Hare is impressed by Blue Bird's description of a flowery field that looks just like a sea of colour from her bird's eye view. He visits the field with Big Nutbrown Hare and Little Field Mouse, and they discover that everyone has their own unique view of the field, and each one is special in its own way.

  • All Fall Down
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    May 19, 2012

    The friends are all playing together in the Autumn meadow. Little Redwood Fox inadvertently spoils all the games of the day, but the others put their heads together and come up with a game that suits her perfectly.

  • Rainy Days
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    May 13, 2012

    It is a sunny Spring day in the meadow and Little Nutbrown Hare is enjoying all it has to offer. As the day wears on a heavy grey cloud forces Little Nutbrown Hare and Little Field Mouse to seek shelter from the rain. Will the friends let a little water ruin their fun or will they discover that rainy days can be just as exciting.

  • Surprise!
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    May 12, 2012

    Little Nutbrown Hare falls into a muddy Autumn puddle and is delighted when he startles Little Grey Squirrel, who doesn't recognize him at first. This starts a great new game of 'Surprise!' as they dress up in disguises to surprise the others. But they weren't ready for Little Field Mouse, who works out a clever way of surprising her friends even more.