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When Mrs Rabbit begs her four furry children to stay away from Mr McGregor's garden the impish Peter Rabbit naturally takes this as an open invitation to create mischief But when he is spotted by the farmer himself the chase is on A century after it was first published Beatrix Potter's beloved tale of a certain naughty bunny with a taste for radishes continues to enchant readers Using Potter's original text popular illustrator Michael Hague has made Peter's world bigger and brighter than ever bringing this cherished tale to a new generation of youngsters in a larger format that will delight mischievous bunnies young and old

10 thoughts on “The Tale of Peter Rabbit

  1. says:

    Once upon a time there was four litter Rabbits and their names were Flopsy Mopsy Cotton tail and Peter Old Mrs Rabbit has to run a few errands and has to leave her children home alone for a few hours Before she goes she makes sure to clearly tell them you may go into the fields or down the lane but don't go into Mr McGregor's garden And so the girls being good little girls listen to their mother and go to pick blackberries for the familyPeteron the other hand ran straight away to Mr McGregor's garden Chaos ensues Will he make it back? Or die like his father at hands of the old farmer? This one brings up so many memories and rereading it as an adult whew Beatrix you're being a bit darkPeter's father was baked in a pie and all the children are like yeah That happened Why in the world did Mrs Rabbit continue to live within spitting distance of the man who ate her husband?? But other than that so much funI love the illustrations of this book they feel so detailed and nostalgic Definitely one of my favorite childhood booksThe plot not that there's much to it considering the length was still fun and exciting after all these years As a child I loved the justice served to Peter for being so naughty and as a adult I feel the exact same Suck it Peter That's what you get for getting in troubleAudiobook CommentsRead by Katie Haigh such a fun listenYouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Snapchat mirandareads Happy Reading

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    The Tale of Peter Rabbit is the first in a series of delightful children's books by Beatrix Potter There are twenty three of these “little Tales” about woodland animals who are of course little people in disguise as they wear clothes and behave exactly as their human counterparts would This first tale about a mischievous little rabbit called Peter is perhaps the most famous of all Unlike some of the others it does not seem to have dated much at all Most children today will recognise all the little animals and the vegetable garden setting is timeless Peter lives with his mother and three other siblings Flopsy Mopsy and Cotton tail Their home is under the roots of a tree but they are allowed to play anywhere except Mr McGregor's garden Your father had an accident there; he was put into a pie by Mrs McGregor warns Peter's motherOf course Peter knows better The prospect of a ready made larder of fresh vegetables is far too tempting for such a naughty little rabbit to heed any silly warnings As soon as he can he scoots off to do exactly the opposite of what he has been told I won't reveal his adventures for fear of spoilers but it is an exciting tale with a very real threat to our hero at its core And it does all end happily with a valuable lesson being learnt by Peter We even pick up some interesting traditional herbal remedies along the way such as parsley being good for nausea and camomile tea for stomach upsets It is a charming story introducing not only Peter Rabbit but also his siblings Flopsy Mopsy and Cottontail There's even a mention in this first book of Peter's cousin Benjamin Bunny It also has a moral aspect as of course Peter wouldn't have been so much at risk or so frightened if he had done what he was told to do in the first place Plus he might have enjoyed his supper a bit The character of Peter Rabbit was inspired by a pet rabbit the author had had as a child whom she had named Peter Piper In 1893 Beatrix Potter had sent an illustrated letter to five year old Noel Moore the son of her former governess Annie Carter Moore It featured Peter Rabbit Annie Moore recognised the potential in this and other story letters her former pupil had sent and suggested that Beatrix tried to get them published However it did not prove to be so easy She sent the manuscript to six publishers all of whom rejected it Eventually Beatrix Potter published the book privately in 1901 The Tale of Peter Rabbit was eventually accepted for commercial publication by the London firm of Frederick Warne Co in 1902 It was an instant success and multiple reprints were issued in the years immediately following To date it has been translated into 36 languages has sold 45 million copies and is one of the best selling children's stories of all time Frederick Warne Co went on to publish all twenty three stories They have never lost their popularity Today than two million Beatrix Potter books are sold every year worldwide; incredibly this is four books every minuteUnfortunately for Beatrix Potter the copyright of The Tale of Peter Rabbit was never registered in the United States Unlicensed copies of The Tale of Peter Rabbit soon began to appear and there was no way to stop them Beatrix Potter of course received no royalties from any of these She only began to realise how enormous the financial loss might be after the publication of her second book The Tale of Suirrel Nutkin when her father brought home a toy suirrel labelled Nutkin in the Christmas of 1903 It proved to be a wake up callFrom that point Beatrix Potter decided to be responsible for the production of merchandise relating to her books She patented a Peter Rabbit doll in 1903 and followed it almost immediately with a Peter Rabbit board game Since then products have been developed for both children and adults Now we see the Peter Rabbit brand on toys dishes foods clothing and recordings as well as books of various typesBefore these whimsical stories ever came to light Beatrix Potter had been a respected watercolourist illustrating plant life insects fossils and various archaeological artefacts as well as the pets and small animals she had always painted even as a child She came from a wealthy family and had been privately educated at home so had perhaps been given time to pursue her uniue interests and talents than many of her peers She was almost thirty when The Tale of Peter Rabbit was first published commercially She had become engaged to her editor Norman Warne but tragically he died a month later and she was not to actually marry until many years later when she married a solicitor at the age of 47The books are designed to appeal to young children Their format goes against the stereotype; they are miniatures rather than huge picture books But little children love little things which seem to be scaled down just for them They will love to hold these and pretend to read although they will need help with the storyWhen Beatrix Potter died in 1943 she left nearly all her considerable property to the National Trust Coming from a family with money and achieving such fame and recognition herself with her popular books plus the associated merchandise she was able to become a land owner She spent her entire adult life buying up bits of the Lake District area now Cumbria which she so loved It was the largest gift to the National Trust which had ever been made It included her 17th Century farmhouse Hill Top Farm which many enthusiastic readers now visit today It also took in over 4000 acres of land sixteen farms cottages and herds of cattle and Herdwick sheep She was a keen sheep farmer herself So we have a dual legacy Yes we have her wonderfully whimsical books But perhaps not many people realise as they climb the beautiful fells hills of the Lake Dictrict that the freedom to do this is almost entirely because of Beatrix Potter's love of the natural world her ecological views foresight and generosityWe used to visit the Lake District every year to try some of the gentle climbs up the fells We stayed in a guest house in Near Sawrey Just along the road is another little village called Far Sawrey where we sometimes visited Beatrix Potter's house Hill Top Her furnishings are still there and much of her memorabilia As I wandered around the gardens once I noticed a vegetable patch I saw carrots lettuces and radishes all growing in neat rows exactly as if Mr McGregor had just popped inside for a moment And out of the corner of my eye did I spy a glimpse of two bright little eyes in a furry face peeping at me from under a cabbage leaf? Or was it perhaps just my imagination?

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    The Tale of Peter Rabbit The World of Beatrix Potter Peter Rabbit Beatrix PotterThe story focuses on a family of anthropomorphic rabbits The widowed mother rabbit keeps her four rabbit children Flopsy Mopsy Cottontail and Peter from entering the vegetable garden of a man named Mr McGregor Her triplets Flopsy Mopsy and Cottontail obediently refrain from entering the garden but Peter enters the garden to snack on some vegetables Peter ends up eating than what is good for him and goes looking for parsley to cure his stomach ache Peter is spotted by Mr McGregor and loses his jacket and shoes while trying to escape He hides in a watering can in a shed but then has to run away again when Mr McGregor finds him and ends up completely lost After sneaking past a cat Peter sees the gate where he entered the garden from a distance and heads for it despite being spotted and chased by Mr McGregor again With difficulty he wriggles under the gate and escapes from the garden but he spots his abandoned clothing being used to dress Mr McGregor's scarecrow After returning home a sick Peter is sent to bed by his mother and his triplet sisters receive a scrumptious dinner of milk bread and blackberries whilst Peter has a supper of chamomile teaعنوانها «داس‍ت‍ان‌ پ‍ی‍ت‍ر خ‍رگ‍وش‍ه»‌؛ «داس‍ت‍ان‌ خ‍رگ‍وش‌ ک‍وچ‍ول‍و»؛ «قصه‌ ی‌ پیترخرگوشه»؛ «خرگوش بازیگوش»؛ ن‍ویسنده‌ ب‍ئ‍ات‍ری‍ک‍س‌ پ‍وت‍ر؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز شانزدهم ماه اکتبر سال 2009میلادیعنوان داس‍ت‍ان‌ پ‍ی‍ت‍ر خ‍رگ‍وش‍ه‌؛ ن‍وش‍ت‍ه‌ ب‍ئ‍ات‍ری‍ک‍س‌ پ‍وت‍ر؛ مت‍رج‍م م‍ح‍م‍درض‍ا ح‍ق‍ی‍ری‌؛ وی‍راس‍ت‍ار اب‍وال‍ف‍ض‍ل‌ ح‍ق‍ی‍ری‌؛ ت‍ه‍ران‌ ح‍ق‍ی‍ری‌، 1382؛ در 12ص، مصور؛ مصور، رنگی، شابک 9649237372؛ موضوع داستانهای حیوانات خرگوشها برای کودکان از نویسندگان بریتانیایی سده 21معنوان داس‍ت‍ان‌ خ‍رگ‍وش‌ ک‍وچ‍ول‍و؛ ن‍وی‍س‍ن‍ده‌ و ت‍ص‍وی‍رگ‍ر ب‍ی‍ت‍ری‍ک‍س‌ ب‍ئ‍ات‍ری‍ک‍س‌ پ‍ات‍ر؛ م‍ت‍رج‍م‌ طاه‍ره‌ آدی‍ن‍ه‌ پ‍ور؛ ت‍ه‍ران ش‍رک‍ت‌ ان‍ت‍ش‍ارات‌ ع‍ل‍م‍ی‌ و ف‍ره‍ن‍گ‍ی‌‏‫، 1383؛ در 59ص؛ شابک 9644455118؛‬ چاپ دیگر 1393، در 55ص؛ شابک 9786001214646؛عنوان قصه‌ ی‌ پیترخرگوشه؛ نویسنده بئاتریکس پاتر؛ مترجم مهرآیین اخوت؛ تهران کاروان‏‫، 1387؛ در 76ص؛ شابک 9789641750604؛‬عنوان خرگوش بازیگوش؛ نویسنده بئاتریکس پاتر؛ مترجم گروه فرهنگی پژواک دانش؛ تهران پژواک دانش، ‏‫1388؛ در 28ص؛ شابک 9789646187184؛‬عنوان قصه‌ی پیتر خرگوشه؛ نویسنده و تصویرگر بئاتریکس پاتر؛ مترجم پروانه عروج‌نیا؛ ویراستار علیرضا اسماعیل‌پور؛ تهران انتشارات ماهی، کتاب‌های پولک‏‫، 1394؛ در 69ص؛ شابک 9789642092086؛‬عنوان داستان پیتر خرگوشه؛ نوشته هلن بئاتریکس پاتر؛ مترجم رضا قربانی؛ ویراستار ساناز امیرصادقی؛ تهران انتشارت بين‌المللی آبرنگ، ‏‫1393؛ در 24ص؛ شابک 9786002523822؛‬ چاپ سوم 1395؛عنوان پیتر خرگوشه؛ نویسنده و تصویرگر بئاتریکس پاتر؛ مترجم فریبا سعیدی؛ زنجان تولد دوباره، ‏‫1395؛ در 27ص؛ شابک 9786009614622؛‬عنوان پیتر خرگوش بازیگوش؛ نویسنده و تصویرگر بئاتریکس پاتر؛ مترجم الهه حاجی‌حسن؛ تهران منتشران اندیشه، ‏‫1396؛ در 36ص؛ شابک 9786007485514؛ مصور رنگی؛عنوان داستان پیتر خرگوشه؛ نویسنده به‌آتریس بئاتریکس پوتر؛ مترجم کیوان عزیزی؛ اراک ذوق لطیف، ‏‫1398؛ در 27ص؛ شابک 9786229591406؛‬قصه کتاب در مورد یک خانواده خرگوش است که مادر خانواده قصد رفتن به خرید را دارد؛ مادر به فرزندانش می‌گوید که می‌توانند تا سر کوچه بروند و تمشک بچینند اما به باغ آقای «مک گرگور» نزدیک نشوند، برای اینکه پدر آنها در آنجا بوده که میان کیک خورده شده‌ است؛ فلاپسی، ماپسی و کاتن تیل که دختر خرگوشانی حرف گوش‌کن بوده‌ اند، به حرف مادر گوش می‌کنند، اما پیتر خرگوشه مستقیماً به باغ آقای «مک گرگور» می‌رود، و رویدادهای بدی برایش رخ می‌دهند؛ از جمله اینکه کت و کفش خود را از دست می‌دهد؛ در داستان «بنجامین خرگوشه» که کتاب دیگر همین نویسنده است، «پیتر» با یاری پسردایی خود «بنجامین» کت و کفش خود را پس خواهد گرفتتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 18041399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

  4. says:

    Peter Rabbit breaks the social contract by eating his neighbor’s vegetables As Peter is hounded for his crimes he rapidly loses the trappings of society his shoes and his clothes until he’s returned to his primal animal state naked shivering driven out an anthropomorphized JG Ballard He can’t find the gate that will lead him from the garden of sin back to his safe home After he finally escapes he’s ostracized by his family and hung in effigy in the garden as a warning Beatrix Potter’s characters stray from social norms and are punished for it She is essentially a coercive agent of the bourgeois Have fun explaining “rabbit pie” to your three year old

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    The 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 I think the attention to detail in the illustrations contained in Potter's books are incredible They capture the story accordingly and they are actually just kind of soothing to look at When Beatrix Potter passed away she left most of her property in the Lake District to The national trust and if you visit there at any point it will be clear where the inspiration came from for her books

  6. says:

    All 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

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    This 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 I liked the names of four rabbitsFlopsy Mopsy Cotton tail and Peter Aren't they cute? Especially first two ^^March 3 2017

  8. says:

    Peter Rabbit almost finds himself in a Mrs McGregor's pie just like his father

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    Sweet little story gorgeous drawings Can't believe I haven't read the Beatrix Potter stories earlier

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    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 NojacketPeter 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 himWe're looking for blackberries You want to come Peter? It was his half sister Flopsy a precociously formed doe She was not yet one summer old yet already her haunches had the rounded look of a mature female She exuded an enticing musky odor As if by chance she turned her head so that their whiskers brushed and seductively twitched her nose For a moment Peter was tempted but the other urge was too strongSorry Flopsy I've got stuff to doWith one bound he had scooped up his blue jacket the mark of the civilized young rabbit and was out of the burrow before he could change his mind He lolloped down the path as he had done many times before then looking both ways he eased his trembling body under the hard wood of the gate He was on McGregor territory He straightened up all his senses maximally alert but there were no warning signals yet With the practiced ease of the professional thief he took the short cut through the gooseberry bushes and emerged directly in the vegetable garden His eyes glistened with desire as he saw the huge plump lettuces No longer caring about safety he immediately attacked the nearest one slicing into it with his razor sharp front teeth Green juices ran down his chin as he gorged himself on the unresisting leaves His eyes half closed he chewed swallowed bit again forcing the food down his throat as fast as he could eat until he reached the tender heart In less time than one could believe possible the lettuce was no than an eviscerated husk Peter contemptuously tossed away the bitter stem and then started on the radishes Their tart peppery red flesh contrasted delightfully with the sweet lettuce and he frenziedly ate one after another His swollen stomach hurt but the pleasure was still stronger