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TO FIND THE REST THIS BOOK find the rest This book eight classic stories that Beatrix Potter wrote They include The Tale of Peter Rabbit The Tailor of Gloucester The Tale of Benjamin Bunny The Tale of Mrs Tiggy Winkle The Tale of Mr Jeremy Fisher The Tale of Suirrel Nutkin The Tale of Two Bad Mice and The Pie and the Patty Pan All of the stories in this big book were excellent Beatrix does a great job in telling stories and teaching essons The pictures and the text work wonderfully together to HELP THE READER THEIR IMAGINATION the reader use their imagination would this book with my children These stories and pictures are classics They would ove the animals in the stories and they would earn great essons from the stories as well This should be on every child s shelf Potter s beautiful nature themed art is so inspiring Most children will ove the story of Peter Rabbit but I was always partial to Hunca Munca from Two Bad Mice myself. Tkin and Mrs Tiggy Winkle among others Their ively adventures are accompanied by Beatrix Potter's original illustrations creating a fun and enchanting world that will entertain both young and old. ,
Cute stories and cute illustrations I Loved This Book As A this book as a and the doodles inside say that I was not the only one of my siblings Plus with how beat up it is and missing the ast few pages this was a book we went to again and again Very sweet fun stories This book is illustrated with Beatrix Potters own art The stories included are Peter Rabbit a rabbit who narrowly excapes capture when he ventures into Mr McGregor s farm against the warnings of his motherBenjamin Bunny The rabbit who helps his cousin Peter get his clothes back from Mr McGregorSuirl Nutkin a suirl who unwisely teases an owl again and againTwo
"bad mice two "Mice two who steal from a doll houseMrs Tiggy winkly the hedghog who is wash ady to all the animalsJeremy Fischer a frog who almost becomes a meal for a trout when he goes fishing for minnowsThe Tailor o From the first tale where Peter Rabbit barely escapes the hoe of Farmer McGregor to the tale of a frog who fishes for supper hence the nameJeremy Fisher LOL Beatrix Potter continues to Beatrix Potter's tales have delighted young readers for generations and our treasury includes eight
of her best oved stories Since the first publication of her stories her whimsical animal friend.her best The Shadow Reader loved stories Since the first publication of her stories her whimsical animal friend. Ttract kids of all ages with whimsical writing ofovable animals settings so wondrous you may not want to eave and neither will your
mom and dad What a delightful collection stories and beautiful illustrations The children ovedand dad What a delightful collection of stories and beautiful illustrations The children oved reading this aloud to them and we checked out the original short Beatrix Potter films that were a great compliment to our reading Beautiful artwork in particular 3 I recently found this book again it had been one of my favorites when I was ittle The introduction to Beatrix Potter s The Power Of A Choice life is pretty neat I rememberearning how unfair it was for her to be denied so many freedoms simply because she was a woman These are ovely ittle stories with darling illustrations I can a woman These are ovely ittle stories with darling illustrations I can wait to read these to my son I especially The Case for Paleolibertarianism and Realignment on the Right love the story of the patty pan Duchess the dogooks just Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling like my dramaticittle mutt Read Peter Rabbit as a child and Monsieur Pain loved the stories My mother ordered this book for some young relative when I was a teenager but once I saw it I wouldn tet go so she rele. S have made their way into children's hearts and taught them simple essons about ife through their trials and triumphs Here you will find such favorites as Peter Rabbit Benjamin Bunny Suirrel Nu.