Beatrix Potter The Complete Tales
- Number of Pages: 400
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
This complete and unabridged collection consists of all 23 of Beatrix Potter's Tales in one particular deluxe volume with all their original illustrations. The stories are arranged inside the order in which they were very first published so they may be read in their suitable sequence. Beautifully reissued with a newly created slipcase and jacket— a truly stunning gift. A special section at the finish of this volume consists of four additional works by Beatrix Potter that were not published during her lifetime.
"I cannot draw you a picture of Peter and Benjamin underneath the basket,"writes Beatrix Potter in The Tale of Benjamin Bunny,"considering that it was quite dark, and because the smell of onions was fearful; it created Peter Rabbit and little Benjamin cry. Beatrix Potter's tales had been often connected with real places, people, or animals, so each story also consists of a brief introductory note about its history. And, there are two charming little stories, The Sly Old Cat and The Fox and the Stork, which had been initially intended to be worked up into books, but remained unpublished. (Baby to Preschool) This deluxe volume collects all of Beatrix Potter's 23 Peter Rabbit tales and verses together--complete and unabridged--in one book."Along with all the original 23 tales, this edition contains two early narrative picture sequences, Three Little Mice and The Rabbit's Christmas Party."Beatrix Potter's animal stories, the very first of which was published in 1902, have been a joy to generations of young readers. For example,"The story of naughty Peter Rabbit in Mr. Mc Gregor's garden first appeared in a picture letter Beatrix Potter wrote to Noel Moore, the young son of her former governess, in 1893. The stories are arranged in the order in which they had been first published to enable them to become study in the suitable sequence, from A Tale of Peter Rabbit to The Tale of Little Pig Robinson. All the original illustrations, both color and black and white, are included. This beautiful introduction towards the world of Beatrix Potter is sure to stay on the household bookshelf for generations to come.
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