Helen Beatrix Potter was an English author, illustrator, mycologist and conservationist who was best known for her many best-selling children's books that featured animal characters, such as Peter Rabbit. In her thirties, Potter published the highly successful children's book The Tale of Peter Rabbit, a ...Show more
This original, authorised version has been lovingly recreated electronically for the first time, with reproductions of Potter's unmistakeable artwork optimised for use on colour devices such as the iPad. The Tale of Peter Rabbit was first published by Frederick Warne in 1902 and endures as Beatrix Potte ...Show more
Old friends from the Beatrix Potter stories are among the customers of Ginger and Pickles' shop, including Peter Rabbit and his sisters.
Mrs Tittlemouse is a terribly tidy little wood mouse. She is always sweeping her burrow, polishing and tidying. It is an endless job and it seems that no sooner has she made a good start than another messy visitor appears to leave their muddy footprints everywhere. Beatrix Potter had in her youth made b ...Show more
For the first time a CD edition of this Dr. Seuss classic is available together with the paperback edition of the original book. With specially composed music, wacky sound effects and the inimitable voice of Adrian Edmondson of The Young Ones fame. Guaranteed to make learning to read fun When the Cat in ...Show more
Beatrix Potter used her own two pet mice, Tom Thumb and Hunca Munca, as models for the principal characters in this classic story. The doll's house belonged to a little girl she knew but that story of what happens when two mischievous mice invade an elegant doll's house is entirely imaginary.
A gullible young pig named Robinson is sent to market alone by his aunts. This is the tale of his "pignap" and subsequent adventures during which he narrowly escapes being eaten for lunch. This story's moral is "don't talk to strangers"
After a terrible misunderstanding, poor Timmy Tiptoes ends up deep inside the trunk of a dead tree, with no means of getting out. Luckily, the chipmunk who lived there was very friendly and kind to Timmy. Before long, a strong wind blows the top off the dead tree trunk, but poor Timmy can't get himself ...Show more
"The Tale of the Pie and the Patty Pan" features the houses, gardens and streets of the village of Sawrey, where Beatrix Potter lived, at Hill Top, her first farm. The inhabitants, however, are animals rather than people, and problems arise when Ribby the cat invites Duchess the dog to tea. "The Tale of ...Show more
For more than five decades, stories of Paddington Bear have delighted children all over the world. The classic story of the bear from Darkest Peru who arrived at Paddington Station with nothing but a suitcase, a half-empty jar of marmalade and a label that read, 'Please look after this bear. Thank you.' ...Show more
The first farm that Beatrix Potter owned, Hill Top, was an old house with many hiding places for the rats and mice against which she waged a constant battle. In The Tale of Samuel Whiskers this farmhouse is Tom Kitten's home and the story tells what happens when Tom accidentally comes upon the rat Samue ...Show more
The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin is an original classic by Beatrix Potter. Beatrix Potter's famous tale of a naughty squirrel who loses his tail is as popular today as it was when it was first published over 100 years ago. Join Nutkin, his brother Twinkleberry and all his cousins as they make their way over ...Show more