The Tale of Peter Rabbit

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Think and Grow Rich, 1955 - Children's literature - 57 pages
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Peter Rabbit gets into trouble when he disobeys his mother and heads for Mr. McGregor's garden.
  

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Charming. Wonderful illustrations. - Goodreads
Nor was I particularly impressed with the writing. - Goodreads
Cute story with lovely pictures. - Goodreads
Adorable, love the illustrations. - Goodreads
The illustrations are also very boring. - Goodreads
The book is colorful and easy to read. - Goodreads

Review: The Tale of Peter Rabbit (The World of Beatrix Potter: Peter Rabbit)

User Review  - Anecdota - Goodreads

Love the tenderness of this book, and the simple come and go of the lives of these little creatures. It always makes me smile and crack a few laughs. My favorite line from Ginger and Pickles at ... Read full review

Review: The Tale of Peter Rabbit (The World of Beatrix Potter: Peter Rabbit)

User Review  - Sami C - Goodreads

Sends a straightforward message: don't disobey your parents. Peter Rabbit rebels and almost gets stuffed into a pie like his father before him. In the end, he gets chamomile tea while his obedient sisters get berries and milk. Read full review

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