Beatrix Potter's illustrations are extremely cute as most of the main characters are animals.
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My favorite illustrations were of the mice cracking cherry stones as they look extremely realistic yet cute at the same time as they huddled up next to each other and looked so adorable eating the cherry stones. I would recommend this book to children ages three and up since there is nothing inappropriate in this book. Review is also on: Rabbit Ears Book Blog View all 7 comments. Of all the Beatrix Potter books, this one is closest to modern life.
Benjamin Bunny goes to visit his cousins who live with their single, widowed mother Benjamin is streetwise unlike his cousin Peter and knows the ins and outs of stealing. He is moving fast into a life of crime, but he doesn't reckon with his old man, known as Old Benjamin Bunny. Papa bunny is the Clint Eastwood of Of all the Beatrix Potter books, this one is closest to modern life.
Papa bunny is the Clint Eastwood of his hood and kicks the butt of the local bully cat, while also delivering parental punishment to our Benjie Bunny. I love little Benjamin Bunny. He must have grown up to become an investment banker. View 2 comments. Peter Rabbit and his cousin Benjamin Bunny sneak into Mr. McGregor's garden again to retrieve Peter's clothes, but this time they manage to get out of there, along with some onions, after Benjamin's father finds them and frees them from a basket they were trapped in.
Ah, this book made me glad I was reading them all in order of publication.
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This is book 4, and for the first time, characters from a previous books turn up! We learn a bit more about Peter Rabbit's widowed mother, for instance - she makes a living selling, among other things, rabbit tobacco known as lavender to us oblivious humans! Benjamin Bunny is Peter Rabbit's cousin, and even more mischievous than him. Peter is still unwell and without clothes - wearing a hankerchief to hide his Ah, this book made me glad I was reading them all in order of publication.
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Peter is still unwell and without clothes - wearing a hankerchief to hide his nakedness! Benjamin Bunny gets straight to the point, and asks who's got his clothes. When Peter explains, Benjamin informs him that Mr McGregor is out for the day - very subtle way of suggesting they go retrieve the clothes! So off they go, despite the fact that poor Peter is poorly and now terrified of that garden!
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And then of course they have adventures, despite Mr McGregor being out for the day! I won't give away any spoilers but will mention that, gosh, Benjamin Bunny's dad is quite a fierce character - nowhere near as lenient as Peter Rabbit's mother! Apr 21, Joey Woolfardis rated it it was ok Shelves: Whilst the illustrations are absolutely as delightful as ever, I found this particular story rather bland and dull.
I have always imagine Peter Rabbit to be a wonderful, cheeky little rabbit, but it appears he is somewhat pathetic and timid, and perhaps just a little stupid.
The story unlike , which is developed, longer and more atmospheric than Benjamin Bunny is Peter Rabbit's cousin, and much like The Tale of Peter Rabbit , it is a short tale of bunnies sneaking in to Mr McGregor's garden. The story unlike , which is developed, longer and more atmospheric than this one is short and I didn't particularly enjoy it. I can't say much else: it was quite a disappointment, though I didn't feel any of the tweeness I felt with the first two of Beatrix's stories. The experience with audiobook helps tremendously!
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Discovering Ms Rosemary Leach's version of reading is one of the things I'm grateful for. Feb 26, Laura rated it it was amazing. Feb 02, Nick rated it really liked it Shelves: children-young-adult-fiction. Cute continuation of the Tale of Peter Rabbit. My daughter was disappointed that Mr. McGregor didn't make much of a showing in this one, but his cat did.
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Peter's naughty little cousin, Benjamin, decides that they need to rescue Peter's clothes from Mr. McGregor's garden.
There really wasn't as much suspense in this one as Peter, but it was still as nice little story with beautiful pictures. Jul 09, Kaethe Douglas rated it liked it. This is not my favorite Potter, although that hat on the cover is awesome. The little books are so adorable, though. This is another one of my early childhood books i found and i loved it! View 1 comment. Nov 03, Katherine rated it it was amazing Shelves: , child-picture-books , own , childrens-literature. I particularly love the reappearance of Peter Rabbit in this charming tale.
Oct 24, siriusedward rated it it was amazing. Lovely lovely book.
checkout.midtrans.com/paginas-conocer-gente-villar-de-olalla.php A sweet story and lovely illustrations. Jan 13, Leah rated it liked it Shelves: children-s. Beatrix Potter is a charming story teller to little ones with sweet illustrations. I didn't know about Benjamin Bunny, and while it had a good enough resolution, it was sad to see little Peter Rabbit get strung along in mischief once more by his cousin.
Ben was at ease the whole time confident in his mischief, but poor Peter was nervous and ready to leave and go straight home as he should after his last time in the garden! In the end Benjamin gets switched by his father for his naughtiness Beatrix Potter is a charming story teller to little ones with sweet illustrations. In the end Benjamin gets switched by his father for his naughtiness and Peter Rabbit runs home again and his mother is just glad his coat and shoes are found and forgives him, and enjoys the onions his cousin stole from the garden.
There is both the consequences discipline for Benjamin Bunny and grace extended to Peter Rabbit. View all 6 comments. Jun 13, Saashya Rodrigo rated it it was amazing Shelves: younger-chidlren , mischief. If I remember right, this book taught me what 'consequence' meant.
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After reading it years later, only now do I realize the humour in 'rabbit tobacco' being lavender. What could be cuter than that! That's proof that you're never too old for some Beatrix Potter classics! I think all children should be introduced to this series. It's simple and exciting and you'll always learn new words. Jun 28, Calista rated it liked it Shelves: classic , z-beatrix-potter , bage-children , , genre-beginner , genre-fantasy , nature.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Share. Description Also available on eBook. Click here to purchase from Kobo. About the Author Beatrix Potter is one of the world's best-loved children's authors of all time. Her humorous, lively tales and beautiful illustrations have become a natural part of childhood. A source of inspiration was the Lake District where she lived for the last thirty years of her life as a farmer and conservationist. Free Returns We hope you are delighted with everything you buy from us. He escapes and returns home to his mother, who puts him to bed after dosing him with camomile tea.
The book was a success, and multiple reprints were issued in the years immediately following its debut.
It has been translated into 36 languages, and with 45 million copies sold it is one of the best-selling books of all time. Similar books. Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator.