Book Reviews of The Tale Of Peter Rabbit (A Pop-Up Book)

The Tale Of Peter Rabbit (A Pop-Up Book)
The Tale Of Peter Rabbit - A Pop-Up Book
Author: Beatrix Potter
ISBN-13: 9780824100155
ISBN-10: 0824100158
Publication Date: 1987
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Dream House/ Ottenheimer Publishers
Book Type: Hardcover
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Just as lovely as I remember, nice to have this small, like original, edition.
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This is a pop-up classic of Peter Rabbit's adventures in Mr. McGregor's garden is charmingly retold in the multi-unfold of each 2 page expansion.
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My son loved this books and it brought back memories for me as well.
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By Beatrix Potter
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LOVE this book! Tiny and cute
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Very cute book. There's few pages and not a lot of writing (I think it's a condensed version of the original story), but has wonderful pop ups for the Potter fan.
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This is a small board book version of the Tale of Peter Rabbit.
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ISBN 1569870217 - I mention the ISBN so there's no confusion. With so many copies and retellings, Peter Rabbit is a tough review. Dissing Peter Rabbit is hard for me. I love the story, as I do most of the stories I grew up knowing even before I could read. Having read it recently, I'm not sure that it's the story I loved, or the fact that the big people in my world told it to me.

Peter, disobeying Mom, heads off to go precisely where he was told NOT to go - Mr. McGregor's garden - while his siblings follow directions. After a chase, Peter returns home wet and sick and is dosed with camomile tea. His siblings feast on bread and milk and blackberries.

If nothing else, Peter did, when I was young, and does, to this day, serve as a chance to remind little ones to listen to their mothers - in a slightly horrific way. Failure to do so could land Peter in a pie, like his father. Kids don't seem to notice the horror in that, though, and will enjoy the chase. A better Landoll edition is ISBN 1569870675 which seems to have more text, more detail and slightly better illustrations.

- AnnaLovesBooks
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A childhood favorite share it with your children.
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Very sweet.
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a timeless story..
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This is a hard book
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Yes, the little original Beatrix Potter books are sweet, but this larger version is great if you're reading to more than one child at a time. Nicely made, with clear color pictures and large type. Original text & illustrations.
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Classic Beatrix Poter