1 Stars Out Of 5
March 31, 2011
This story lacks ethics. The hero (Hare) gambled away his property. We are supposed to be concerned for him because now his family is in debt and needs food. There is no mention of the great impulsive lack of responsibility the hare demonstrated by gambling. Then, to pull his family out of his self-inflicted debt, the rabbit knowingly misleads the bear in 3 different shady, less than upfront business deals. The hare acted extremely dishonorably. This is a great book for the next generation of Enron CEOs to glean the ethics of greed, impunity, and lack of fair dealing. If you want to raise children to behave without ethics, responsibility and honesty, this is the book for you!