The Tale of Peter Rabbit

The Tale of Peter Rabbit Finally The Tale of Peter Rabbit is available in a colorful board book This generously sized book tells Beatrix Potter s famous tale of naughty Peter Rabbit s adventures in Mr McGregor s garden Young

  • Title: The Tale of Peter Rabbit
  • Author: Beatrix Potter
  • ISBN: 9780723247708
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Finally, The Tale of Peter Rabbit is available in a colorful board book This generously sized book tells Beatrix Potter s famous tale of naughty Peter Rabbit s adventures in Mr McGregor s garden Young children will be enchanted by the simple text and beautiful illustrations, which bring a classic story vibrantly to life The board book format is sturdy and accessible, pFinally, The Tale of Peter Rabbit is available in a colorful board book This generously sized book tells Beatrix Potter s famous tale of naughty Peter Rabbit s adventures in Mr McGregor s garden Young children will be enchanted by the simple text and beautiful illustrations, which bring a classic story vibrantly to life The board book format is sturdy and accessible, perfect for young readers, but adults will enjoy it too for bed time read aloud As a board book, The Tale of Peter Rabbit will captivate children and offer them an early introduction to the world of Peter Rabbit and all his friends.

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    Beatrix Potter

    Helen Beatrix Potter was an English author, illustrator, mycologist, and conservationist who was best known for her children s books, which featured animal characters such as Peter Rabbit.Born into a privileged household, Potter was educated by governesses, and grew up isolated from other children She had numerous pets and through holidays in Scotland and the Lake District developed a love of landscape, flora and fauna, all of which she closely observed and painted As a young woman her parents discouraged intellectual development, but her study and paintings of fungi led her to be widely respected in the field of mycology In her thirties Potter published the highly successful children s book The Tale of Peter Rabbit, and became secretly engaged to her publisher, Norman Warne, causing a breach with her parents, who disapproved of his social status Warne died before the wedding could take place.Potter eventually published 24 children s books, the most recent being The Tale of Kitty in Boots 2016 , and having become financially independent of her parents, was able to buy a farm in the Lake District, which she extended with other purchases over time In her forties she married a local solicitor, William Heelis She became a sheep breeder and farmer while continuing to write and illustrate children s books Potter died in 1943, and left almost all of her property to The National Trust in order to preserve the beauty of the Lake District as she had known it, protecting it from developers.Potter s books continue to sell well throughout the world, in multiple languages Her stories have been retold in various formats, including a ballet, films and in animation.

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    • 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 mischievous little rabbit called Peter, is perhaps the most famous of all. Unlike some of the others, it does not seem to have dated much at all. Most children today will recogni [...]

    • 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 rabbits:Flopsy, Mopsy, Cotton-tail, and Peter. Aren't they cute? Especially first two. (^_^)March 3, 2017

    • Michael Finocchiaro

      (Jan 24, 2020 - 13:13 PM)

      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 one actually. And naturally, my kids LOVED it when they were younger.

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

    • 'Now my dears,' said old Mrs. Rabbit one morning, 'you may go into the fields or down the lane, but don't go into Mr. McGregor's garden: your Father had an accident there; he was put in a pie by Mrs. McGregor.'( º_º ) (⊙︿⊙)

    • Adita ✨The Slumbering Insomniac✨

      (Jan 24, 2020 - 13:13 PM)

      ★★★★★★★★☆☆[8/10]Legendary names-✅ Flopsy aka good kid ✅ Mopsy aka good kid✅ Cotton-tail aka good kid ✅ Peter Peter the Urchin aka Hot-headed Kid aka SOS-sending, always-in-a-pickle kid. 

    • Inspired by Ramblefoot, a gritty, naturalistic, no-holds-barred depiction of the lives of wolves, I couldn't help wondering if similar treatments weren't possible for other classics. Here's an extract from my draft rabbit novel, provisionally entitled Nojacket:Peter finished his breakfast, but the insipid, cloying taste of the dead dandelion leaves left him unsatisfied. The craving was starting to build up in him again. He needed to veg out. Suddenly, he started as a voice came from right behind [...]

    • Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail and Peter Rabbit are allowed to explore but are warned by their mother that they are not to go into Mr. McGregor's garden. All but Peter Rabbit heed her advice for that is the first place he chooses to explore. Once Mr. McGregor spots Peter, a chase ensues. Oh, what a naughty rabbit!This is the first time I have read a Beatrix Potter book. What a cute and adorable gem this is. The illustrations compliment the print beautifully. Given that I read quite a bit of historica [...]

    • One of the first books I remember being bought as a child was The Tale of Peter Rabbit and having read it many times it has become a favourite! It tells the story of a mischievous rabbit who, against his mother’s advice, decides to venture into Mr McGregor’s Garden. Peter eats his way through a variety of foods in Mr McGregor’s garden before he is caught by the farmer and what ensue are his attempts to escape from the garden!The story carries a strong theme of the consequences of not follo [...]

    • Nandakishore Varma

      (Jan 24, 2020 - 13:13 PM)

      After reading Traveller's review of The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, I remembered that this book was the first ever children's book I read - in translation (Peter was called "Chinnan"). There was a much-loved poem I used to recite (I still remember it!)അരുതെന്നമ്മ പറഞ്ഞിട്ടുംവികൃതികള്‍ കാട്ടിയ ചിന്നന്ന്പെരുതായമളി പിണഞ്ഞൊരുചരിതം കേള്‍ക്കൂ [...]

    • Why do we read certain children's books—and remember them all the days of our lives?I know for meere is something about the sweet, safe, cozy place, that these classic books occupy in memory, short term - and long term memory, for I can truly declare that I have recalled the lines of Beatrix Potter at many times in my life, high school mid terms, college finals, marriage vows (yep!) and I now deeply know that the simple perfect truths bestowed in these adorable books, whether in rhyme or not; [...]

    • So I think Manny and Beth-Ann have it spot on. Peter Rabbit dies in this book, and his escape is a moment-of-death fantasy. Peter is the Peyton Farquhar of kids books. Farquhar, for those who don't remember, is the Alabama Confederate (gentleman farmer / non-combatant) from Ambrose Bierce's An Occurence on Owl Creek Bridge. He's strung up to a railroad bridge to be hanged by the Union soldiers, but his rope breaks and he pulls of a miraculous escape, only to have his escape end with him still on [...]

    • This is a nice and short story about a little rabbit, who unlike his brothers, disobeys his mom's orders and ends up having an adventure with a lot of troubles. Maybe from now on he'll listen to his mom a little bit more.

    • تتكلم عن الأرنب بيتر الذي عصى أمه فذهب إلى الحقل الذي قتل فيه أبوه وجرت له مصائب وهو هناك ولكنه بعد ذلك قد نجى ومرض .كنت اود معرفة السبب الذي دفع بيتر غير الفضول الغير محمود ولكنهها قصة قصيرة غلب عليها السرد أكثر من أي شيء آخر .الجدير بالذكر بأن شركة نيكلودين قامت بتحويل إليه ك [...]

    • A lovely story and wonderful illustrations.

    • When I was about 5, my mother bought me a tea set with this story on it. Each cup and tiny plate and teapot had a line of this book on it.I only have two teacups and the teapot left.

    • The farmer Mr. McGregor almost got the better of poor Peter Rabbit. He had quite the adventure, including munching on veggies and running from a man whose wife might have made him into pie if he caught the rabbit! Oh the horror! I like a few of the other Beatrix Potter books more but this one is still a sweet read. Great illustrations too.

    • Erin ☕ *Proud Book Hoarder*

      (Jan 24, 2020 - 13:13 PM)

      I used to read this one often. The charming British touch kept it fascinating, Peter Rabbit was adorable, there was tension and suspense, a moral message, and an awesome ending. Perfect for children and hard to forget.

    • Kathy Worrellツ

      (Jan 24, 2020 - 13:13 PM)

      Another favorite of my children.

    • Several years ago my mother gave my stepdaughter a box set of all the Beatrix Potter books. We never read all of them but did read a good portion of them. At my sister's baby shower I gave her those books (plus a bunch more of my stepdaughter's baby books). Little did I know but at that time I was also pregnant (I would have kept a few of those books for my son had I known). But you can't change the past and I certainly wasn't ever going to ask for them back. So I had to search out a new copy fo [...]

    • Knarik Avetisyan

      (Jan 24, 2020 - 13:13 PM)

      This identification dramatically instills fear and tension in the reader, and interacts with the frequently distanced voice of the verbal narrative, sometimes with contradictory effects.To me Potter is inconsistent in the use of contradictory effects in the word-picture interaction. For example, in the illustration of Peter standing by the locked door, the verbal narrative describes the scene without the flippancy evident in the moment of the sieve. The inability to overcome obstacles is present [...]

    • Some people like to find creative readings of books and films which hinge on interpreting key parts as dream sequences. A well-known example is The Piano, where it's reasonable to argue that Ada actually drowns. On this reading, the last few minutes are her dying fantasies as she floats deep underwater, helplessly trapped by the weight of the piano. The last thing you see is indeed her drowned body twisting in the current, and it's not clear which is dream and which is reality.Beth Ann and I wer [...]

    • Nabila Tabassum Chowdhury

      (Jan 24, 2020 - 13:13 PM)

      গল্পটা কৌতূহলী দুষ্টু খরগোশ ছানা পিটারের। সব ভদ্র খরগোশ ছানারা ভদ্র হয়ে থাকার সময় পিটারের বেশ একখানা ভয়ংকর অভিযান হয়ে গেল। শেষ পাতাটা, যে পাতায় পিটারকে (এবং সেই থাকে সমগ্র বাচ্চা সম্প্রদায় [...]

    • I bought and read all of Ms. Potter's books to my children.ed small to fit tiny hands. Lovely stories incorporating the animals who live among us. I consider these as a necessary part of childhood.

    • Cute children's story with an obvious moral.ContentViolence and darknessA deceased character was put in a pie and eaten; there's a chase scene that may frighten very young children.

    • Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson

      (Jan 24, 2020 - 13:13 PM)

      Just downloaded the Epic! app for my daughter, and I couldn't believe that they had this entire series.

    • Jack Kirby and the X-man

      (Jan 24, 2020 - 13:13 PM)

      A true classic.I don't recall reading Beatrix Potter as a child - but of course you seem to absorb the stories seemingly through societial osmosis.I certainly look forward to reading the rest of the Peter Rabbit books. I note with interest in the inside cover that this book has been translated into Latin, which I suppose would be useful if we had a time machine!Leaving behind the book itself you have to tip your cap at whoever does Beatrix Potter's tie-ins. Without even realising it I was readin [...]

    • In this book Peter Rabbit, one among the 4 kids decides to go on an adventure. He defies his mother to go to a old man's garden and create a fuss after he learns that his father met a sad end when he was there. This is a short story with lots of illustrations but two very strong messages. One which quickly grasped by all is 'you defy your mother and you will end up feeling tired in the end and all your brothers who obeyed her will get to eat the dinner she cooked.' But when I finished the book I [...]

    • Abrar_abdullaha

      (Jan 24, 2020 - 13:13 PM)

      كتاب / قصة : #The_tale_of_peter_rabbitللكاتبة و الرسامة / #هيلين_باتريكس_بوتر ‏#Beatrix_potter هذه القصة تعتبر أول قصة رسوم أطفال في العالم تقريباً و بالخصوص في أوربا ، تعتبر "باتريكس" رائدة هذا الفن ، عمر القصة قرن ونصف ، فلذالك هي قصة عريقة ومختلفة ! ما أثار أعجابي هو الخيال الواسع الذي تتمتع به [...]

    • Beatrix Potter created such delightful stories! Not only is her visual imagery richly captivating but so is her literary prose. She was a true artist and possessed a classic, graceful style. Her stories are best read on a blanket in your garden or backyard; Spring and Autumn are best.Ages: 3 - 7Cleanliness: does mention Peter is a naughty bunny. He learns his lesson about disobedience though.#spring #autumn #animalstories**Like my reviews? I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer to [...]

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