The Tale of Peter Rabbit (download) by Beatrix Potter

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The Tale of Peter Rabbit is a children's book written and illustrated by the famous author of children's stories Beatrix Potter that follows mischievous and disobedient young Peter Rabbit as he is chased about the garden of Mr McGregor He esca. The Tale of Peter Rabbit The World of Beatrix Potter Peter Rabbit Beatrix PotterThe story focuses on a family of anthropomorphic rabbits The widowed mother rabbit keeps her four rabbit children Flopsy Mopsy Cottontail and Peter from entering the vegetable garden of a man named Mr McGregor Her triplets Flopsy Mopsy and Cottontail obediently refrain from entering the garden but Peter enters the garden to snack on some vegetables Peter ends up eating than what is good for him and goes looking for parsley to cure his stomach ache Peter is spotted by Mr McGregor and loses his jacket and shoes while trying to escape He hides in a watering can in a shed but then has to run away again when Mr McGregor finds him and ends up completely lost After sneaking past a cat Peter sees the gate where he entered the garden from a distance and heads for it despite being spotted and chased by Mr McGregor again With difficulty he wriggles under the gate and escapes from the garden but he spots his abandoned clothing being used to dress Mr McGregor s scarecrow After returning home a sick Peter is sent to bed by his mother and his triplet sisters receive a scrumptious dinner of milk bread and blackberries whilst Peter has a supper of chamomile tea 2009 1382 12 9649237372 21 1383 59 9644455118 1393 55 9786001214646 1387 76 9789641750604 1388 28 9789646187184 1394 69 9789642092086 1393 24 9786002523822 1395 1395 27 9786009614622 1396 36 9786007485514 1398 27 9786229591406 18041399

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The Tale of Peter Rabbit

Every readerBonus Free Audiobook link for download which can be downloaded separately using a PCMacThere's a story book which will be occupied for kids to read at bedtime or anytime you'll be able to have this e book for an incredibly low pri. This story reminds me my childhood I still remember I used to do things from which my mama forbades me Just like Peter rabbit Her mother tells him not to go to Mr McGregor s farm But as he is a naughty rabbit He still goes and faces troubles I liked the names of four rabbitsFlopsy Mopsy Cotton tail and Peter Aren t they cute Especially first two March 3 2017

Beatrix Potter Û 7 Summary

Pes and returns home to his mother who puts him to bed after dosing him with camomile teaFeatures•26 original illustrations in color by Beatrix Potter and other illustrated decoration•Re arranged texts for the best display on kindle PC and. The tale of Peter Rabbit is the first book in this beloved series written by Beatrix Potter This children s series will never get old with me I remember my parents reading them to me as a child and I loved looking at the delightful illustrations as they read them to me This particular book is probably the most famous of all as we all know about and love that mischievous little rabbit I also appreciate that there is an important moral to be learned too I think the attention to detail in the illustrations contained in Potter s books are incredible They capture the story accordingly and they are actually just kind of soothing to look at When Beatrix Potter passed away she left most of her property in the Lake District to The national trust and if you visit there at any point it will be clear where the inspiration came from for her books


10 thoughts on “The Tale of Peter Rabbit

  1. says:

    Once upon a time there was four litter Rabbits and their names were Flopsy Mopsy Cotton tail and Peter Old Mrs Rabbit has to run a few errands and has to leave her children home alone for a few hours Before she goes she makes sure to clearly tell them you may go into the fields or down the lane but don't go into Mr McGregor's garden And so th

  2. says:

    The Tale of Peter Rabbit is the first in a series of delightful children's books by Beatrix Potter There are twenty three of these “little Tales” about woodland animals who are of course little people in disguise as they wear clothes and behave exactly as their human counterparts would This first tale about a

  3. says:

    The Tale of Peter Rabbit The World of Beatrix Potter Peter Rabbit Beatrix PotterThe story focuses on a family of anthropomorphic rabbits The widowed mother rabbit keeps her four rabbit children Flopsy Mopsy Cottontail and Peter from entering the vegetable garden of a man named Mr McGregor Her triplets Flopsy Mopsy and Cottontail obediently refrain from entering the garden but Peter enters the garden to snack on some vegetables Peter ends

  4. says:

    Peter Rabbit breaks the social contract by eating his neighbor’s vegetables As Peter is hounded for his crimes

  5. says:

    The tale of Peter Rabbit is the first book in this beloved series written by Beatrix Potter This children's series will never get old with me I remember my parents reading them to me as a child and I loved looking

  6. says:

    All of the Beatrix Potter stories are wonderful but this little one of this mischievous little rabbit who is naughty So cute and a great introduction to the beautiful world that Potter created I think that this may be my favourite

  7. says:

    This story reminds me my childhood I still remember I used to do things from which my mama forbades me Just like Peter rabb

  8. says:

    Peter Rabbit almost finds himself in a Mrs McGregor's pie just like his father

  9. says:

    Sweet little story gorgeous drawings Can't believe I haven't read the Beatrix Potter stories earlier

  10. says:

    Inspired by Ramblefoot a gritty naturalistic no holds barred depiction of the lives of wolves I couldn't help wondering if similar t

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