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A Collection Of Beatrix Potter Stories

Auhtor: Beatrix Potter

Language: english

Genres:

young readers
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Review by Joanna Daneman, September 2007


Rating: (*****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Collection Of Beatrix Potter Stories':

A Collection Of Beatrix Potter Stories by Beatrix Potter. This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Collection Of Beatrix Potter Stories':


... 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 took out the handkerchief of onions, and marched out of the garden. When Mr. McGregor returned about half an hour later, he observed several ...
... sun. From the lawn beyond the garden came the distant clacketty sound of the mowing machine. The blue- bottles buzzed about the wall, and a little ...
... empty jar. They tipped up the jar, and she scrambled out. Oh, Mother, Mother. said Mittens-. Oh. Mother, Mother, there has been an old man ...
... the rolling-pin, and listened attentively. We are discovered and interrupted, Anna Maria let us collect our property,- and other people's,-and ...
... heavy steps showed plainly in the mud. The path led to a part of the thicket where the trees had been cleared there were leafy oak stumps, and ...
... sight that met Mr. Tod's eyes in Mr. Tod's kitchen made Mr. Tod furious. There was Mr. Tod's chair, and Mr. Tod's pie dish, and his knife and fork ...
... out, and quite knocked him over backwards. Inside the house there was a great crash and splash, and the noise of a pail rolling over and over. But ...
... the house the racket was fearful. The rabbit babies in the oven woke up trembling perhaps it was fortunate they were shut up inside. Everything ...
... carrying their little parcels.. I have the same feeling about rats, replied Pickles, but it would never do to eat our own customers they would ...
... last little rush -Pickles found that the shop was empty. The policeman had disappeared. But the envelope remained. Do you think that he has gone ...
... he took his rod and basket, and set off with enormous hops to the place where he kept his boat. THE boat was round and green, and very like ...
... you kindly, little dog, I fare as well as you. Old Rhyme. ONCE upon a time there was a Pussy-cat called Ribby, who invited a little dog called ...
... bakes too quickly, said Ribby to herself. It is a pie of the most delicate and tender mouse minced up with bacon. And I have taken out all the bones ...
... was NOTHING in the pie, said Ribby severely. Yes there WAS, my dear Ribby, I am sure I have swallowed it.. Let me prop you ...
... the air, and kept glancing uneasily round the wood. When Jemima alighted he quite jumped. Come into the house as soon as you have looked at your ...
... himself in a crowded market, to be stared at, pushed, and hired by some big strange farmer was very disagreeable-. I wish I could have a little garden ...
... first, there was again a curious noise- Be quiet, will ye. said Mr. Piperson. Pigling Bland sat on the very edge of the coppy stool. Mr. Piperson ...
... of Mr. Piperson overhead. Early in the morning, between dark and daylight, Pigling tied up his little bundle and woke up Pig- wig. She was excited ...
... Macomber. Introduction No more accurate account of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition has been given than one that was forced from the lips of ...