Holland Lop Rabbit Specialty Club Guidebook by HLRSC, 199 p., 2002
A very comprehensive guidebook covering Club History, ARBA Standard & Judging, Starting Out (Holland Lop Personality, Cage Systems, Feeders & Water Crocks, Alfalfa Pellets, Conditioning, Common Sense, Winter Breeding Tips), Breeding & Culling (Developing a Winning Herd, Metritis, Breeding Problems, Kindling Problems, Holland Does, All About "Peanuts", Tips, Nest Box Management, Orphans & Spinach Babies, Palpation, Post It Notes, Culling, Color Genetics, Nomenclature, Thoughts on New Varieties), Health & Disease (Physical, Enteritis, Preventative Control, Poop Patrol, Subcutaneous Injections, To Worm or Not to Worm), Showing (Tattooing, HLRSC Sweepstakes Rules, Convention Winners, Sweepstakes History, Forming a Co-Op, Starting a Specialty Club, Hosting a National Show, Traveling to Convention), Selling & Marketing (Buying, Marketing Pet Hollands, Bun Landers). Black & white photos. 5th Edition.
Lop Rabbits as Pets by Sandy Crook, 192 p, 1992
A good basic introduction to all the lop breeds, this book covers their history, temperament, health, breeding, showing and use as therapy pets. Color photos.
The Field Guide to Rabbits by Samantha Johnson, 144 p., 2008
A good introduction to raising rabbits. I especially liked the many photographs of the various rabbit colors and rabbit breeds. This book has chapters covering rabbit history, fur varieties, ears and sizes, color guide & genetics, behavior, handling, kindling, showing, and breed profiles. Color photos.
Freckles the Rabbit by Jane Burton, 24p., 1988
A children's book but the photos will be enjoyed by readers of all ages. Shows the birth of 2 lop rabbits, Freckles and her sibling, how they grow from a few weeks old to several months and how finally Freckles has a litter of her own. The little lops are very cute. Also includes general rabbit information. Color photos. Unfortunately this book is out-of-print but may be available used.