Tom Burrows the rabbit keeps digging holes all over the garden. His friends, the other animals in the garden, get very anyed about this, so one day Percy the mouse decides to tell him that he is making a nuisance of himself. But when Percy confronts him, it turns out that Tom is such an old rabbit that he can't remember where his home is, so he has to keep making new ones. Can Percy and Tom come up with a solution? In this charming collection of poems and short stories, you'll meet soty Betsy the hedgehog, Mary May the beautiful butterfly and Roly, a fun-loving hedgehog. Full of colourful characters, this book is ideal for bedtime reading. Dianne Hurrell has written poems for as long as she can remember, and later turned to writing short stories and rhymes for children. She has three grown-up children, three grandchildren and lives in Nottingham.