All the books and websites below are ones that I personally use whenever I need a question answered or just want to study more on my hobby.
~Your Rabbit: A Kid's Guide to Raising and Showing
by Nany Searle
GREAT book for anyone interested in showing or breeding. Even if you're an adult beginner, I'd still look this one up, even though it says it's mostly for kids. I used to check this book out at the library every month when we went, until I finally bought it.
~Living with a House Rabbit
by Linda Dykes and Helen Flack
If you are getting a house rabbit, this is the book you want to read! Even if you aren't interested in sharing your home with your new bunny, this book is still chock-full of advice on dealing with problem behaviors. It also has several sections on introducing your rabbit to other house pets - dogs, cats and other rabbits.
~ABC: About Bunny Colors - "A Practical Breeder's Guide to Rabbit Coat Color"
by Ellyn Eddy
This book is SUPER helpful, especially if you are a breeder interested in learning more about the genetics behind each rabbit coat color. I use it whenever I plan a breeding or whenever I'm trying to figure out what my bunny's coat color is and what genetics are behind it.
~The Nature Trail
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The Nature Trail website is so helpful, whether you are a show breeder or pet owner. With almost 300 articles on raising, breeding, feeding, genetics and health of rabbits, it's the place to go if you have any questions whatsoever.
~Three Little Ladies Rabbitry
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This site offers mostly articles on breeding and showing, but also has a page on the Holland Lop Standard and what are considered faults/disqualifications on the show table.
Of course, I'd love it if you asked me any question you have on the subject of rabbits. I love to share my knowledge with whoever wants to hear it. It does get tiring forcing my family members and friends to listen to my rabbit ramblings, lol!