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Bunny Rabbit Game For Little Folks

board game

Parker Brothers produced a game for young children, the Bunny Rabbit Game For Little Folks, in 1942. The game's high quality of materials reflects the newfound wealth of the Parker firm, as sales of Monopoly sets sold briskly through the late 1930s until World War II. The Bunny Rabbit game features large playing pieces with friendly bunny characters, mounted on sturdy wood bases, and wooden carrots for the bunnies to gather. Rules are a little more complex that the very simple Candy Land game, which Milton Bradley brought out in 1945. Candy Land outstripped the Bunny Rabbit game in popularity and sales.

  • Manufacturer: Parker Brothers
  • Material: printed paper | cardboard | wood | cotton
  • Origin: Salem, MA
  • Style: race
  • Object ID: 113.3915
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