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Jun 19, 2019
Aug 25, 2013The Tale of Peter Rabbit is the first in a series of delightful children's books by Beatrix Potter. There are twenty-three of these â€œlittle Talesâ€ about woodland animals (who are, of course, little people in disguise, as they wear clothes and behave exactly as their human counterparts would).
Oct 25, 2019Peter Rabbit breaks the social contract by eating his neighborâ€™s vegetables. As Peter is hounded for his crimes, he rapidly loses the trappings of society - his shoes and his clothes - until heâ€™s returned to his primal animal state, naked, shivering, driven out, an anthropomorphized JG Ballard. He canâ€™t find the gate that will lead him from the garden of sin back to his safe home. After he finally escapes, heâ€™s ostracized by his family and hung in effigy in the garden as a warning.
Oct 15, 2019The Tale of Peter Rabbit (The World of Beatrix Potter: Peter Rabbit), Beatrix Potter
Jan 04, 2019The 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.
Oct 02, 2016All 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.
Mar 03, 2017This 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.
Jan 27, 2017Peter Rabbit almost finds himself in a Mrs. McGregor's pie, just like his father.
Apr 21, 2013Sweet little story, gorgeous drawings! Can't believe I haven't read the Beatrix Potter stories earlier....
Dec 04, 2011Inspired 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 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 him.
Jul 17, 2014'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.'
Jul 22, 2016[8/10]
Sep 13, 2017Flopsy, 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!
Nov 18, 2011So 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.
Dec 16, 2012One 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 motherâ€™s advice, decides to venture into Mr McGregorâ€™s Garden. Peter eats his way through a variety of foods in Mr McGregorâ€™s garden before he is caught by the farmer and what ensue are his attempts to escape from the garden!
Mar 14, 2012Why do we read certain children's booksâ€”and remember them all the days of our lives?
Sep 21, 2015After 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!)
Mar 25, 2017When 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.
Mar 09, 2014
Nov 17, 2016The 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.
Jan 07, 2009Some 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.
Nov 16, 2010I 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.
Apr 20, 2019Boys will be boys.
Sep 07, 2017Several 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 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 for my son.
May 15, 2018One of my favorite children's books of all time. I loved the sweet story of Peter Rabbit and the horrid Mr. McGregor. The illustrations are gorgeous and I highly recommend!
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