““NO! STOP! DON’T!” said Madison, but just then the rabbit went flying through the air and then it happened- the rabbit went overboard. Slowly he began to sink down down into the ocean.”
One day a long time ago there was a a little girl named Madison. She lived with her grandma and dog Harper. They lived in Tokyo in Japan. Madison really wanted a doll, so for her 8th birthday, her grandma got her a big rabbit made of china. And ever since, she had loved that rabbit. But one day Madison and her grandma got on a boat with the rabbit and went on a journey to Osaka.
On the boat there were two boys named Martin and Alax. Martin saw the rabbit and began saying to Alax, “Catch it! Catch the rabbit!”
Martin grabbed the rabbit, and the boys began to throw it back and forth.
“No,” said Madison, but the boys kept throwing the rabbit.
“NO! STOP! DON’T!” said Madison, but just then the rabbit went flying through the air and then it happened- the rabbit went overboard. Slowly he began to sink down down into the ocean.
The journey starts
The rabbit sunk and sunk and sunk. Finally he touched the bottom of the ocean. He waited days that soon turned into weeks that turned into months that turned into years. He spent three years in the ocean. One day, a fishing net was thrown down into the water, and the rabbit was lifted into the the the air. He could feel the cool summer breeze blowing on his face and he felt like never before.
Then he was pulled onto the hard floor of a fishing boat.
“What is that?” said a young man.
“A rabbit, I reckon,” said another elderly man. “I will bring it home to Margaret. She will love him.”
So he took the rabbit and went on their way. When they got home, it was just getting dark.
“I’m home,” the man said.
“Grandpa!” said a little girl.
“Margaret!” said the man. “I brought you something.”
“What is it?” said the girl
“A rabbit.” He pulled out the rabbit.
“Oh, I love him,” said the girl.
The cousins come
The girl truly loved him for quite some time until the cousins came one day. The cousins of the little girl came, and they did not like the rabbit one bit.
“You really like this nonsense rabbit?” the cousin asked the girl.
“Yes,” said the little girl.
The cousin took the rabbit by the ears and dropped him. The rabbit shattered.
“NO,” said the little girl, but it was too late. He was already in 100 pieces.
“Why did you do that?!” said the little girl.
“I don’t know, I just wanted to.”
“Grandpa, she dropped him on purpose.”
“No, I did not!”
“Yes, you did too!”
“Girls, girls! Stop fighting.” So the grandpa took the rabbit to the shop.
“Can I help you?” said the man at the counter.
“Yes,” said the other man. “Can you fix this rabbit?”
The man said, “I sure can. That will be $85.15.”
“Here you go, sir,” said the man
“Come back to pick him up tomorrow, sir.”
“Okay,” said the grandpa, and with that, he left.
“Okay, I guess it’s just you and me, now,” said the doll mender.
The doll mender & the shop
When the doll mender was finished, he put the rabbit on a shelf next to an old doll who had clearly been through some amazing things. She had cracks all over her body and face.
The doll said to the rabbit, “Someday, somebody will come for you.”
He waited four years, and then one day a little girl and her mom came. The girl saw the rabbit, so she went to the shelf he was on and picked up the rabbit up.
“Ma’am, your little girl is holding a priceless artifact,” said the shop owner.
“Maggie,” said a women. She came over to her daughter. “What have you got?”
“A rabbit,” said Maggie.
“A rabbit?” said the women. She looked at the rabbit. “Could it be…? Yes, it’s yours.”
And then the rabbit saw it was Madison she was an adult and the little girl was her daughter so Madison bought the rabbit for $185.23 and they lived happily ever after. The end. .