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The World of Peter Rabbit Complete Collection 23 Book Box Set - Ages 5-7 - Hardback - Beatrix Potter

by Penguin
SKU: B2D2385 ISBN: 9780723275923
Current price £46.99
Original price £150.00
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The classic gift set collection of Beatrix Potter's original Peter Rabbit books.

This beautiful gift box contains all 23 original Peter Rabbit books by Beatrix Potter. Each tale is presented in its iconic white jacket and features a publisher's note describing how the story came to be.

This set of books contains the tales of Beatrix's lovable characters, from naughty Peter Rabbit himself, to tidy Mrs. Tittlemouse and unlucky Mr. Jeremy Fisher. Beatrix Potter is regarded as one of the world's best-loved children's authors of all time and her tales have charmed and enchanted children for generations of young readers.

Titles in product:

  • The Tale of Peter Rabbit
  • The Tale of Benjamin Bunny
  • The Tale of Two Bad Mice
  • The Tailor of Gloucester
  • The Tale of Mrs Tiggy-Winkle
  • The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher
  • The Tale of Tom Kitten
  • The Tale of The Flopsy Bunnies
  • The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck
  • The Tale of Mrs Tittlemouse
  • The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse
  • The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes
  • The Tale of Mr Tod
  • The Tale of Piggling Bland
  • The Tale of Samuel Whiskers or the Roly-Poly Pudding
  • The Tale of The Pie and The Patty-Pan
  • The Tale of Ginger and Pickles
  • The Tale of Little Robinson
  • The Tale of Miss Moppet
  • The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes
  • The Story of Squirrel Nutkin Cecily Parsley's Nursery Rhymes

This beautiful gift box contains 23 original Peter Rabbit books by Beatrix Potter. Charmingly presented in a library box and featuring the classic white jackets making the perfect gift for any child's bookshelf.

About the author: Beatrix Potteris one of the most beloved authors in history who inspired millions of children around the globe. She had continued to capture our wonders and beautiful imaginations through her wonderful storytelling and elegant illustrated pages for over 100 years. Very few people are aware of Beatrix and her incredible life accomplishments that she achieved in her lifetime, in an era of suppression of women, inequality where women were not allowed to voice themselves. Despite these circumstances, Beatrix became an incredible role model, she worked hard to become an artist, storyteller, botanist, environmentalist, farmer and businesswoman. Beatrix faced remarkable hardships and came to be somebody to look up to for children around the world. She released her first book, The Tale of Peter rabbit in 1902 and went on to create a series of stories based on several animal characters including Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, Mr Jeremy Fisher and Tom Kitten. Her fun, playful and whimsical style were displayed in the stories she wrote and this had spread happiness and simplicity in the lives of children and became a childhood memory for many. Since 1984, over 150 million Beatrix Potter books have been sold around the world, and over 2 million Beatrix Potter books are sold year on year globally - that’s one Beatrix Potter book sold somewhere in the world every 15 seconds! As well as publishing, Beatrix was eager to license her own creations and it was herself who pushed these ideas forward rather than her publisher. Beatrix designed her first Peter Rabbit doll in 1903, registered this at the patent office and made Peter Rabbit the world’s oldest licensed literary character. She also explored other merchandise including tea sets, bedroom slippers and worked on developing products. She continued to develop board games, toys, painting books, and felt passionately that all merchandise should remain faithful to her franchise of Peter Rabbit to the best quality possible. She continued on to work on many other projects and became an active member of the National Trust and worked on protecting and preserving the buildings, farms and helped save many farms and rural areas from developers as she was impressed by her first visit to the Lake District and meeting its founder.