De samlede eventyr om Peter Kanin og hans venner



[Read] ➮ De samlede eventyr om Peter Kanin og hans venner By Beatrix Potter – E17streets4all.co.uk Der var engang tre killinger, og deres navne var Mis, Tom Missekat og Kis mine venner kommer snart, og I kan ikke vises frem jeg gr mmer mig, sagde fru Tina Kissejav Der var engang tre killinger, og deres eventyr om PDF Ê navne var Mis, Tom Missekat og Kis mine venner kommer snart, og I kan ikke vises frem jeg gr mmer mig, sagde fru Tina Kissejav.De samlede eventyr om Peter Kanin og hans venner

Helen Beatrix Potter was an English author, eventyr om PDF Ê illustrator, mycologist, and conservationist who is best known for her children s books, which featured animal characters such as Peter RabbitBorn into a wealthy household, Potter was educated by governesses and grew up isolated from other children She had numerous pets, and through holidays in Scotland and the Lake District, developed a love of landscape, flora, and fauna, all of which she closely observed and painted Because she was a woman, her parents discouraged intellectual development, but her study and paintings of fungi led her to be widely respected in the De samlede PDF/EPUB ² field of mycologyIn her thirties, Potter published the highly successful children s book The Tale of Peter Rabbit and became secretly engaged to her publisher, Norman Warne, causing a breach with her parents, who disapproved of his social status Warne died before the weddingPotter eventually published children s books, the most recent being The Tale of Kitty in Boots , and having become financially independent of her parents, was able to buy a farm in the Lake District, which she extended with other purchases over time In her forties, she married a local solicitor, William Heelis She samlede eventyr om PDF/EPUB ¶ became a sheep breeder and farmer while continuing to write and illustrate children s books Potter died in and left almost all of her property to The National Trust in order to preserve the beauty of the Lake District as she had known it, protecting it from developersPotter s books continue to sell well throughout the world, in multiple languages Her stories have been retold in various formats, including a ballet, films, and in animation.

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  1. says:

    Beatrix Potter has written so many quintessential children s stories that even now, at 26 years old, I am overwhelmed with nostaglia and delight every time I pick this book up Unfortunately, I could not say the feeling was shared with my reading partner Seriously, Squamish my dog was such a brat as I tried to read this one He s lucky that he s so cute The Tale of Peter RabbitYour Father had an accident there, he was put in a pie by Mrs McGregor Whewww Beatrix Potter c Beatrix Potter has written so many quintessential children s stories that even now, at 26 years old, I am overwhelmed with nostaglia and delight every time I pick this book up Unfortunately, I could not say the feeling was shared with my reading partner Seriously, Squamish my dog was such a brat as I tried to read this one He s lucky that he s so cute The Tale of Peter RabbitYour Father had an accident there, he was put in a pie by Mrs McGregor Whewww Beatrix Potter certainly didn t pull any punches In this classic tale, Peter Rabbit the naughty child steals int Mr McGregor s garden and filches all sorts of vegetables Personally, if my husband was put into a pie, I would move out of their neighborhoodbut it was a different time The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin This is a tale about a tail a tail that belonged to a little red squirrel, and his name was Nutkin. The red squirrels visit an old, wise owl and Nutkin decides to act out and torment the poor owl He s going to learn one very valuable lesson The Tailor of Gloucester But although he sewed fine silk for his neighbours, he himself was very, very poor An old tailor is about to lose everythingbut the mice family may have a thing or two to do about it The Tale of Benjamin Bunny little Benjamin Bunny slid down into the road, and set off with a hop, skip and a jump Benjamin Bunny discovers the trouble his cousin Peter Rabbit got into So the two of them devise a sneaky plan The Tale of Two Bad Mice Tom Thumb and Hunca Munca went upstairs and peeped into the dining room Then they squeaked with joyThe nearby mice decide to check out the dollhouse They cause quite a bit of mischief but decide to make things right in their own way The Tale of Mrs Tiggy Winkle She was a good little girl only she was always losing her pocket handkerchiefsOne lost handkerchief leads young Lucie on a whirlwind adventure and finds a pocket handkinwhich is the same The Tale of The Pie and The Patty Pan Once upon a time there was a Pussy cat called Ribby, who invited a little dog called Duchess, to tea. Not many people would see the two of them as fast friends but they arehowever their diets may be an issue Soon Duchess will have a scare of a lifetime The Tale of Mr Jeremy Fisher he lived in a little damp house amongst the buttercups at the edge of a pond. Mr Jeremy Fisher is a saucy fella with an empty belly There s a problem that arises when the food could hunt you The Story of A Fierce Bad Rabbit The bad Rabbit would like some carrot.He Doesn t say Please He takes itFor those who think that Peter Rabbit was too sweet here is truly a bad bunny The Story of Miss Moppet This is the Mouse peeping out behind the cupboard, and making fun of Miss Moppet He is not afraid of a kitten. A mischievous mouse and a curious kitten have a battle of wits who will win The Tale of Tom KittenNow keep your frocks clean, children You must walk on your hind legsTom Kitten is quite possibly the sassiest kitten When his mother s friends come to teawelllet s just say he has a few plans of his own The Tale of Jemima Puddle Duck She tried to hide her eggs bit they were always found and carried off. Jemima Puddle Duck wants only to raise her eggs away from the meddling influence of the humans A kind fox helps her out only she needs to learn how to be a bit judicious with her trust The Tale of Samuel Whiskers or The Roly Poly Pudding Oh, dear me, Cousin Ribby now Moppet and Mittens are goneTroublesome kittens, mischief being managed, and a couple of mean rats making trouble what else could possibly go wrong The Tale of The Flopsy Bunnies They had a large family, and they were very improvident and cheerful. Eating food, going on adventures and teasing Mr McGregor this family has it all The Tale of Ginger and Pickles They did accounts They added up sums and sums, and sums. Ginger and Pickles run a convenience store only running a store ends up being fardifficult than they imaged The Tale of Mrs Tittlemouse Mrs Tittlemouse was a most terribly tidy particular little mouse, always sweeping and dusting the soft sandy floors. A little fussy mouse must deal with a greedy, messy frog The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes While Timmy was confined to bed, it ticed him him to eat quantities A fat squirrel and a thin chipmunk have quite a fun adventure The Tale of Mr Tod Nobody could call Mr Tod niceA family of young rabbits go missing and all signs point to Mr Tod Will they be saved in time Or will Mr Tod get his way The Tale of Pigling Bland He glanced wistfully along the road towards the hills, and then set off walking obediently the other way. Eight piglets means many mouths to feed Their poor mother is at her wits end when Pigling Bland decides to go on an adventure Appley Dapply s Nursery Rhymes Appley Dapply has little sharp eyes,And Appley Dapply is so fond of pies. A series of fun nursery rhymes with all sorts of cool and fun critters The Tale of Johnny Town Mouse Timmy Willie, who had lived all his life in a garden, was almost frightened to death. Based on Aesop s fable about the town and country mouse, Beatrix still manages to inject new life in this familiar tale Cecily Parsley s Nursery Rhymes Goosey, Goosey, Gander,Whither will you wander Upstairs and downstairs,And in my lady s chamberSeveral tried and true nursery rhymes are re imagined a la Beatrix Potter Absolutely delightful The Tale of Little Pig RobinsonWell, good day, little pigLoosely based on seventeen year old Beatrix Potter s vacation on the seaside, this lovely little story follows Pig Robinson as he goes on quite the adventure Three Little Mice Three little mice sat down to spin. An extremely short story, among Potter s earliest works Her distinct art style is showcased splendidly The Sly Old Cat This is a sly old cat, who gave a tea party to a rat. Just goes to show, no matter the era, cats and rats do NOT mix The Fox and the Stork All he said was, Tit for tatA selfish fox invites a gracious stork over for tea, and the stork decides to repay the favor Mischief abound The Rabbits Christmas Party Dinner is servedThe dancing begins A sweet but sparse tale all about rabbits and how they celebrate Christmas.Audiobook CommentsWhile the audiobook was rather enjoyable, it really didn t have the same pizzazz as the physical book The illustrations brought such a beautiful dimension to the text and the book truly isn t the same without them.YouTube Blog Instagram Twitter Snapchat miranda.reads Happy Reading

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    Don t let this innocent looking book fool you It s all death and despair right from the get go when a mother bunny relates with such nonchalant callousness the death of their father to four impressionable young rabbits One suspects she wasn t all that sad to see the old man go Perhaps he was beating her Love the fantastic illustrations Sure they border on Kinkadian quaintness and might be too cute for their own good, but without them most of these stories quite frankly never would ve been r Don t let this innocent looking book fool you It s all death and despair right from the get go when a mother bunny relates with such nonchalant callousness the death of their father to four impressionable young rabbits One suspects she wasn t all that sad to see the old man go Perhaps he was beating her Love the fantastic illustrations Sure they border on Kinkadian quaintness and might be too cute for their own good, but without them most of these stories quite frankly never would ve been read Beatrix Potter had a quirky writing style that was adequate most of the time, unexpectedly fun some of the time, and completely useless a time or two If it weren t for the pictures, at least once or twice the reading would ve ground to a what huh halt.If there s an over arching theme, aside from FUZZY BUNNIES SQUEEEEE , it would be that of Thievery in the world of the common man or mouse Many of Potter s stories revolve around thieving, from petty pilfering to wholesale theft on a grand scale such as in The Tale of the Tailor of Gloucester The focal story of the collection, and the story everyone thinks of first, The Tale of Peter Rabbit is about a young thief eluding a vindictive farmer, who view spoiler upon failing to capture the little thief hide spoiler creates an effigy using Peter s clothes in which to frighten the blackbirds, a thinly veiled nod to the farmer s apparent racist attitude towards minorities In each story the thief occasionally gets their comeuppance, other times they get away with it, and sometimes they are heralded like a Robin Hood for their acts It s difficult to decipher Potter s stance, but it is clear the crime weighed heavily upon her mind NOTE I decided to write this serious well, semi serious review after realizing my original review lacked much depth and insight ORIGINAL REVIEW I love these stories sooooo much

  3. says:

    The classic stories really do stand the test of time I ve read these aloud to my children over and over Even my 7 year old boy loves them They love the pictures, and the stories are fun and easy to follow for all ages I ve always loved THE TALE OF TWO BAD MICE best, but my son tells me that THE TALE OF THE FLOPSY BUNNIES is best, because they re so lazy and sleepy they almost get eaten.2017 I don t think any of the illustrations could be better than the expression on Tom Kitten s face when The classic stories really do stand the test of time I ve read these aloud to my children over and over Even my 7 year old boy loves them They love the pictures, and the stories are fun and easy to follow for all ages I ve always loved THE TALE OF TWO BAD MICE best, but my son tells me that THE TALE OF THE FLOPSY BUNNIES is best, because they re so lazy and sleepy they almost get eaten.2017 I don t think any of the illustrations could be better than the expression on Tom Kitten s face when he puts on his clothes and they re too tight

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    This was so enjoyable I did not grow up loving these as a child, but I think that worked to these tales advantage for me as an adult I so appreciated the craft of these stories having read a Beatrix Potter biography alongside it I really liked the writing style, stories messages, depictions of animal behavior and illustrations, both watercolor and pen and ink I will continue to treasure these stories as I read them in the future.

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    PRELUDE A few weeks ago went to see the film of the Royal Ballet dancing several Tales of Beatrix Potter The ballet choreographed by Frederick with music, really delightful, by John Lanchbery, was first made into a film some years ago.This recent production was filmed in the actual theatre.There were only two of us in the movie theatre.I was sitting right at the back and was sorely tempted to get up and dance to my heart s content across the large open area behind the last row of seats I didn PRELUDE A few weeks ago went to see the film of the Royal Ballet dancing several Tales of Beatrix Potter The ballet choreographed by Frederick with music, really delightful, by John Lanchbery, was first made into a film some years ago.This recent production was filmed in the actual theatre.There were only two of us in the movie theatre.I was sitting right at the back and was sorely tempted to get up and dance to my heart s content across the large open area behind the last row of seats I didn t but I did cavort round the house when I got home and played the music.I came to Beatrix Potter late, about age 31 It s never TOO late Took a break from my job in Athens to join my Mum and Step father in a motoring holiday around the U.K Was reading BP s biography by Margaret Lane an excellent one And so of course when we hit the Lake District we ended up at her wonderful house left exactly as she had left it Mum photographed me standing in the doorway where BP had her photo taken I knew because the photo was in the book Later Mum was to run around the moors on the edge of Haworth crying out Heathcliff Heathcliff in a much darker literary clime After which we got caught in a Yorkshire storm and staggered into our hotel dying of laughter, while my step father gave us fierce disapproving looks which made us laugh all theHe WAS an Accountant, and I m sure had NEVER read a Beatrix Potter So now I am going to read first the several Tales that were recreated for the ballet And then follow up with ALL the rest The Music wasperfect, capturing their Essencemice and ducks and foxes etc ALL had had their Characters and Movements interpreted with the Ideal Notes, hidden away and NOW teased out into Life Ah, blisssssss MUCH LATER Now aged almost 62, short of a couple of weeks, I have read All the Tales in Chronological Order And discovered that Beatrix has a Dark Side Scarey not really, since she was a Realist, bit the bullet, had tasted disappointment in career prospects because she was a woman a self taught artist, as a girl she had drawn her pet animals as a young woman she had copied at the Natural History Museum animals and fossils AND 300 studies of fungi, the latter still regarded as perfect copies, but rejected then as not worthy of the Museum So she employed HERSELF turned her skills to writing and illustrating Children s Books Six publishers rejected her first book But finally F.Warne and Co said YES The VERY FIRST story, The Tale of Peter Rabbit , Mrs Rabbit tells her children where they may and may not go, warning them off Mr.McGregor s garden your Father had an accident there he was put in a pie by Mrs McGregor Ouch There goes Junior s slumberful night But Beatrix never wrote down to children and her openess won her fans , not failure Her marriage to the younger Warne brother, Norman, a kindred spirit, was NEVER to take place He died of pernicious anaemia It was now she bought herself a farm in the Lake District The books , ALL illustrated by Beatrix, continued to flow and there wasand still is a Constant Audience Often Beatrix s Own Inspirations for her animal characters didn t live to tell their Tale.Mr Jeremy Fisher dissected Peter Rabbit death by chloroform, followed by dissection and drawn for illustrative purposes Jemima Puddleduck ditto And Squirrel Nutkin shot at Beatty s request for drawing And Guess Who performed the dissections Not a question Is it surprising then, given the blood on Beatty s hands, that every Tale has at least one sentence that lets Junior know all is NOT well with the World Life itself is under threat Even if its just Ginger, the cat who shared ownership of the popular village shop with Pickles the terrier, popular because it gave generous credit , who had to ask Pickles to serve their mouse customers because they made his mouth water I cannot bear to see them going out at the door carrying their little parcels, he confessed Pickles had to make a similar confession about rats, but being a Realist added..but it would never do to eat our own customers they would leave us and go to Tabitha Twitchet s The cat whose shop did NOT give credit Being muchof a realist, which one would expect of a cat, Ginger replied gloomily On the contrary,they would go nowhere Ginger s and Pickle s business finally collapses because of their Customer s Greed ALL characters from the Tales I am shocked to tell you.Allowed to buy on Credit,they NEVER paid a penny, so poor Ginger and Pickles were forced to eat their own goodsbut never laid claw or tooth on their clientele, to THEIR credit No pun intended, I assure you Pickles became a gamekeeper and Ginger went to live on the warren and became stout and comfortable Would it surprise you to learn that a warren is a place where rabbits abound Although Miss Potter tells us I do not know what occupation he pursues , her drawing shows Ginger laying nasty traps with big metal teeth on the warren Miss Potter s illustrations often convey information she does NOT provide in the text AND Miss Tabitha Twitchett put up all her prices and refused to give credit After this Tale of 1909 Miss Potter s Tales just get nastier and nastier They are thrilling and delightful I m sure All those Edwardian era Mums and Dads had no idea what subversiveness and violence was being smuggled into Junior s nursery under innocent covers By 1912 Miss Potter had declared that she was tired of writing goody goody books about nice people No wonder World War One broke out only a couple of years later And yet the History Books never mention Miss Potter as a possible Cause.Nor does Feminism EPILOGUE Miss Potter knew a lot.Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Tom Kitten,victim of the rat, Anna Maria, who tied him up and her husband, Mr.Samuel Whiskers, who helped her encase him in dough to be cooked and eaten.Poor Tom is rescued just in time But ever afterwards he has always been afraid of a rat he never durst face anything that is bigger than a mouse And I doubt any sensitive reader will either.Except the Insensitive who will no doubt join the Army

  6. says:

    I did not read these gorgeous tales when I was a child I have no nostalgia for Peter Rabbit and his friends But oh, how I wish I had How I wish I had read about the wonderful rabbit in his lovely blue jacket with shiny golden buttons and his tiny pair of shoes How I wish I had lost myself in Beatrix Potter s wonderful, pastel coloured water paintings and gasped of the wickedness and cunning of Tommy Brock, and sighed with delight with each happy ending, each last word wrapping up the story i I did not read these gorgeous tales when I was a child I have no nostalgia for Peter Rabbit and his friends But oh, how I wish I had How I wish I had read about the wonderful rabbit in his lovely blue jacket with shiny golden buttons and his tiny pair of shoes How I wish I had lost myself in Beatrix Potter s wonderful, pastel coloured water paintings and gasped of the wickedness and cunning of Tommy Brock, and sighed with delight with each happy ending, each last word wrapping up the story in a delicate ribbon.But even if I didn t read them as a child and even if I don t possess that cherished sense of nostalgia towards Beatrix Potter s universe of foxes, birds, squirrels and rabbits, I still found these tales to be an absolute delight, adorably simple and perfectly fitting for any child or any child hiding within an adult I can easily understand why these tales are so beloved and so dear to so many people I can t understand why I haven t read them sooner

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    Ok, no, I didn t read the whole book, not even all the ones I didn t know before After all, they re at Project Gutenberg, so I can read them on my tablet at any time But I picked this up at the library to have an idea of just how prolific Potter second cousin s great aunt of Harry was And I have to admit, the variety of what she created isthan I realized, and the quantity less I m finding that I m enjoying the ones that are not so cutesy bunnythan those that are The Tale of M Ok, no, I didn t read the whole book, not even all the ones I didn t know before After all, they re at Project Gutenberg, so I can read them on my tablet at any time But I picked this up at the library to have an idea of just how prolific Potter second cousin s great aunt of Harry was And I have to admit, the variety of what she created isthan I realized, and the quantity less I m finding that I m enjoying the ones that are not so cutesy bunnythan those that are The Tale of Mr Tod is killer I never knew that Mr Tod is a nickname for a fox, and Tommy Brock is a badger And when a mother rabbit finds her children missing, we read that she wrung her ears Did you know also that Potter bought country lands to preserve it, and When she died in 1943 she left over 4,000 acres and fifteen farms to the nation

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    Ever since I saw Miss Potter, starring Renee Zellweger and Ewan McGregor, I have wanted to read Beatrix Potter s stories Thankfully, my parents surprised me with a beautiful edition of her Complete Tales Well, I guzzled it in a mere two days Yep, this one s a darling collection with gorgeous paintings and sketches by Miss Potter herself I loved every moment of it and recommend it to anyone who still has a vivid imagination You ll need one to see hedgehogs, pigs, and rabbits among other cri Ever since I saw Miss Potter, starring Renee Zellweger and Ewan McGregor, I have wanted to read Beatrix Potter s stories Thankfully, my parents surprised me with a beautiful edition of her Complete Tales Well, I guzzled it in a mere two days Yep, this one s a darling collection with gorgeous paintings and sketches by Miss Potter herself I loved every moment of it and recommend it to anyone who still has a vivid imagination You ll need one to see hedgehogs, pigs, and rabbits among other critter friends as a dear person or people, as the case may be , as Miss Potter once described Mrs Tiggy winkle, her pet hedgehog I couldn t bedelighted with this charming collection of stories, artwork, and brief histories of each tale and Beatrix Potter s life at the time she wrote them.Fans of Winnie the Pooh and Mary Poppins will love this one

  9. says:

    I finally got around to reading Beatrix Potter.I love Beatrix Potter Just a children s author, not bloody likely What doesn t she cover Class, environment, animal rights, economic theory.And those pictures.There are three levels to Potter 1 children 2 adult 3 artist.

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    I m so glad I took the time to go through this book and become familiar with the work of Beatrix It is a lovely book of stories and artwork It is also a collection of fine stories for children and adult with the hearts of children This is a treasury of stories It s worth getting from you library.

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