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Beatrix Potter's amazing universe of animals dressed in human clothing has taught and entertained children for over a century. This volume brings together twenty of Potter's tales and verses in one book. Hear Peter Rabbit outwit old Mr. McGregor, and Squirrel Nutkin come within a tail's length of being an owl's dinner. Listen as a family of mice save the kind tailor of Glo Beatrix Potter's amazing universe of animals dressed in human clothing has taught and entertained children for over a century. This volume brings together twenty of Potter's tales and verses in one book. Hear Peter Rabbit outwit old Mr. McGregor, and Squirrel Nutkin come within a tail's length of being an owl's dinner. Listen as a family of mice save the kind tailor of Gloucester, and as Peter and Benjamin Bunny battle a barn cat. Learn how one fierce rabbit is set on the road to honesty. Although each story stands on its own, several are linked together by events and characters. The following stories are included in this book: —"The Tale of Peter Rabbit" —"The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin" —"The Tailor of Gloucester" —"The Tale of Benjamin Bunny" —"The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle" —"The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher" —"The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit" —"The Story of Miss Moppet" —"The Tale of Tom Kitten" —"The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck" —"The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies" —"The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse" —"Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes" —"The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse" —"Cecily Parseley's Nursery Rhymes" —"The Pie and the Patty-Pan" —"The Roly-Poly Pudding" —"Ginger and Pickles" —"The Tale of Mr. Tod" —"The Tale of Pigling Bland" The world of Beatrix Potter is as appealing now as when it was first created at the turn of the twentieth century.


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Beatrix Potter's amazing universe of animals dressed in human clothing has taught and entertained children for over a century. This volume brings together twenty of Potter's tales and verses in one book. Hear Peter Rabbit outwit old Mr. McGregor, and Squirrel Nutkin come within a tail's length of being an owl's dinner. Listen as a family of mice save the kind tailor of Glo Beatrix Potter's amazing universe of animals dressed in human clothing has taught and entertained children for over a century. This volume brings together twenty of Potter's tales and verses in one book. Hear Peter Rabbit outwit old Mr. McGregor, and Squirrel Nutkin come within a tail's length of being an owl's dinner. Listen as a family of mice save the kind tailor of Gloucester, and as Peter and Benjamin Bunny battle a barn cat. Learn how one fierce rabbit is set on the road to honesty. Although each story stands on its own, several are linked together by events and characters. The following stories are included in this book: —"The Tale of Peter Rabbit" —"The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin" —"The Tailor of Gloucester" —"The Tale of Benjamin Bunny" —"The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle" —"The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher" —"The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit" —"The Story of Miss Moppet" —"The Tale of Tom Kitten" —"The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck" —"The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies" —"The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse" —"Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes" —"The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse" —"Cecily Parseley's Nursery Rhymes" —"The Pie and the Patty-Pan" —"The Roly-Poly Pudding" —"Ginger and Pickles" —"The Tale of Mr. Tod" —"The Tale of Pigling Bland" The world of Beatrix Potter is as appealing now as when it was first created at the turn of the twentieth century.

30 review for The Complete Tales of Peter Rabbit and Friends, with eBook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Wonderfully read by Shelly Frasier!!! Love this audio. We have listened to it many times over the years..krb 5/9/16

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jenna Vahue

    I checked out this audio book on a whim because the new Peter Rabbit film is coming out next month with my babe Domnhall Gleason with a bad hair coloring covering up his ginger locks. I really enjoyed myself with this collection and I was delighted by the whimsy. How could you possibly not like talking bunnies and kittens who wear Victorian clothing? It's cute on cute action! I loved the silly dialogue and the general naughtiness of all the animals' antics. This was the complete collection of Be I checked out this audio book on a whim because the new Peter Rabbit film is coming out next month with my babe Domnhall Gleason with a bad hair coloring covering up his ginger locks. I really enjoyed myself with this collection and I was delighted by the whimsy. How could you possibly not like talking bunnies and kittens who wear Victorian clothing? It's cute on cute action! I loved the silly dialogue and the general naughtiness of all the animals' antics. This was the complete collection of Beatrix Potter and I'll only mention my top three favorite animal stories, tiny sweaters included. The Tales of Tom Kitten Tom Kitten was such a cheeky little cat and I thought it was laughable that they got their pristine clothes all dirty from playing too roughly. They were essentially nakey little children who lost their clothing piece by piece, but they were kittens! Everything was so cute and even the names like Moppet and Mittens had me squealing in delight. One of the cons to audio books, as I have mentioned before, is the lack of pictures. Once I found the picture of Tom Kitten, I nearly lost it. Tiny little kittens in Victorian clothing is the illustration I never knew I needed. The Tale of Two Bad Mice This was a very unique novella and I was surprised to find it in the collection. It is told from the perspective of two dolls, Lucinda and Jane, who live in a beautiful dollhouse that are ambushed by two naughty mice. They try to eat the plaster food and smash the plates out of anger. The mice remedy their actions by leaving money in the dolls' Christmas stocking and clean up their mess themselves. I love whenever dollhouses are mentioned in books and I would have loved to see an illustration. One of my favorite tropes is when toys come to life and have a secret life like in The Doll People and Toy Story. It was such a cool story and I liked the change of having dolls as the protagonists instead of Victorian animals. The Tale of Peter Rabbit You can't possibly applaud the works of Beatrix Potter without even acknowledging Peter Rabbit, the naughty little carrot-muncher. [During my brief study as a nursing student, I had a clinical trial at a nursing home that will haunt me forever. It was awful and it shows that a shy naive lass like myself has no place in that career. The class got sick and we had to cancel the last day because of quarantine at the facility. What I will remember for the rest of my life was a small woman who was mean as a snake. Her name was Mary Wood and she explicitly told me that I was a "dumb bunny who can't even read" and tried to punch with her tiny fists. I was caught off guard by the specific insult and aggression. Recently, I've picked up the insult "dumb bunny" as my own personal trademark and found a dormant love for rabbits that I never knew I had. The very off-topic lesson that I learned from Peter Rabbit is if you use the words that hurt you and turn them around, they lose their power.] Peter Rabbit was a cheeky little bunny who was the epitome of a fur-covered Bart Simpson. If there is a Victorian equivalent of "Eat my shorts", he would have said it and wiggled his cottontail at Farmer McGregor. I loved his tiny sweater and I wish I could have seen all the darling illustrations in person. Beatrix Potter is a little dove and I am glad to have read her source material before I see the film next month. From hedgehogs to badgers to ducks and most importantly rabbits, it was a darling and fun adventure to experience. It gave me wonderful Winnie the Pooh nostalgia and how much I love the anxious yellow Rabbit in the One Hundred Acre Wood. If only woodland animals were able to wear pinafores and Victorian sweaters in real life because the world would be a much better place.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Maya

    Quite a sweet read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Absolutely adorable! Once I got over my disappointment in not hearing a Brit accent, it was truly wonderful to hear these stories again. >>Audiobook Narrated by Shelly Frasier app 3.5 hrs

  5. 4 out of 5

    Elle

    What’s not to love? Peter Rabbit and his friends make great stories for children. Peter is a mischievous little bunny, who always seems to find himself in some sort of trouble, especially if he has his cousin, Benjamin, to encourage him. These tales are truly timeless. We have two audio versions (one by Blackstone Audio and the other narrated by Jenny Day) and we also have all the books. My son loves these stories and never tires of all the trouble Peter and his friends seem to find.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

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    Janelle

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    Heather

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    Karla Larson

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    Jade Diamond

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    Sarah

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    Christine Barrera-Dulger

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    Danielle

  30. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Anderson

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