When a single cloud rolls by, blocking the warm sun, a determined rabbit and a disgruntled hedgehog ask it, politely, to move. Hilarity ensues as the colorful and comically expressive garden-loving duo use dizzying logic to enlist the help of a nearby crow, cow, and fig tree while speculating about the possible reasons that the persistent cloud could be ignoring them in a lighthearted tale perfect for anyone tempted to have a word with the weather.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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