The Classic Tales Of Beatrix Potter

The Classic Tales Of Beatrix Potter None

  • Title: The Classic Tales Of Beatrix Potter
  • Author: Beatrix Potter
  • ISBN: 9780723242208
  • Page: 213
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    1. I didn't know all these stories as a kid but I'm sure I would've liked them all. The ones I enjoyed hearing were the ones I knew as a kid from books and VHS. The tale of peter rabbit of course. Benjamin bunny and the floppsy bunnies. Also mrs Tittlemouse.

    2. There is much to enjoy in Beatrix Potter's stories. The lovable characters with traits directly related to their namesake creatures. The beautiful illustrations. The uniquely told stories. The high level of vocabulary in a children's work. The names of the characters themselves. What's not to like with characters named Jemima Puddle-Duck and Pigling Bland? Over the course of a year, my daughter and I read the stories together. I recommend that each family read the stories at least once. Hearing [...]

    3. The stories are hit and miss, some are adorable, others not so much but all of the illustrations are perfection.

    4. I came across this collection of Betrix Potter’s work in a charity shop and thought that being able to pick up ‘The Complete Adventures Of Peter Rabbit And Friends’ for £0.20p was a bargain (Originally the book sold for £25.00).I loved these stories as a child and could not resist reading them again, they are wonderfully written and in this compilation the illustrations fit in with the stories perfectly. The stories are ordered really well and flow into one another nicely as well.The ord [...]

    5. I'm not sure how I made it through childhood without reading Beatrix Potter, but I did. I loved reading this book with my boys, 7 and 9. We all enjoyed the stories, the illustrations, and the conversations we had following our reading. If you've not yet enjoyed the works of Beatrix Potter, I highly recommend this collection.

    6. Who doesn't love Beatrix Potter???From Jemima to Benjamin to the Tailor, these stories are beloved for a reason. The 1994 Import edition has her original illustrations, and even some lesser-known tales. Highly recommended for any house with childrenor grandchildrenor neighbor children

    7. Beatrix Potter was a magnificent children's story teller and the books passed down through generations are still loved today

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