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    Watership Down?

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    Bottersnikes and gumbles?

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    Do you remember anything else about the book/illustrations? Were the little people fairies or elves, or were they people? Can you remember what the cover looked like? Colours etc. Were the illustrations classic like say, Beatrix Potter or Shirley Barber? Or cartoon, or puppet style (like fraggle rock). Was there a main character or just different forest scenes of the collective society? Sorry for all the questions, I've got my detectives hat on :-)

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    Sorry I only just saw there was more replies to this!
    But no luck yet unfortunately. @Koarlo they were more like little gnomes with yellow/brown skin and bean shaped heads, I'm sure the cover had a yellow/orange border, very detailed drawn illustrations, and I think it was just showing the different aspects of their lives/society rather than a story.

    I've searched online heaps and am starting to wonder whether I just dreamed this whole thing
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    OMG I FOUND IT!! *faints*

    I thought I would try google one last time and somehow I typed something that gave a promising suggestion and it showed up!

    http://petercrossart.com/books/trump...-for-trumpets/

    Screen Shot 2015-05-05 at 8.33.23 AM.jpg

    But now I'm kind of devastated that I'm clearly not the only one that remembered its awesomeness, prices range from $150-$1000!
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    Congrats now time to start searching op shops, book sales, lifeline book fest

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    wow...$$$
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    Yay you found it! Mystery solved, shame it's so pricey!

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    I bought one
    It's DS's birthday soon, I'll claim it's a present for him!

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