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Beatrix Potter with her collie, KepKep the Collie Dog from The Tale of Jemima Puddle-duckBeatrix Potter revolutionized the world of children's books with the publication of The Tale of Peter Rabbit in 1902. Focusing on the animals of the British countryside that surrounded her, she gave the creatures human characteristics in words and pictures. She published over 20 books, and we've re-created almost all of them here, with coloring book renderings of all her brilliant illustrations.

That's Kep, the collie-dog, in both the photo with Miss Potter and in the illustration!

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Cecily Parsley's Nursery Rhymes by Beatrix Potter (1922) The Story of A Fierce Bad Rabbit by Beatrix Potter (1906)
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Nursery rhymes illustrated by Beatrix Potter! A rabbit bully gets his comeuppance!
Animal nursery rhymes featuring Beatrix Potter’s illustrations. Perfect for preschoolers, with few words and lots of pictures.

A bullying rabbit gets his comeuppance when he finds himself in a hunter’s sights. It costs him his cottontail and his whiskers!
The Story of Miss Moppet by Beatrix Potter (1906) The Tailor of Gloucester by Beatrix Potter (1903)
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Sweet, simple kitten-mouse story! Fancy clothes made by the Tailor of Gloucester!
Potter’s simplest story, aimed at the youngest kids. Miss Moppet is a silly kitten who manages to catch, momentarily, a mouse.
The Tailor of Gloucester faces a deadline, but he's old and sick. Fortunately his housemice know how to sew!
The Tale of Benjamin Bunny by Beatrix Potter (1904) The Tale of Ginger and Pickles by Beatrix Potter (1909)
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Peter gets lured back to Mr. McGregor's Garden! Can a cat and a dog work together?
Sequel to The Tale of Peter Rabbit. Peter’s cousin Benjamin lures poor Peter back to Mr. McGregor’s. A cat corners the boys.
A cat and dog operate a store together, but their customers are scared of their carnivorous ways. So they offer credit!
The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck (1908) The Tale of Jeremy Fisher by Beatrix Potter (1906)
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Not the brightest duck! A frog who has a Jonah and the Whale experience!
A duck hates that the farmer keeps taking her eggs. She runs from the farm but proves incapable of taking care of even herself!
Jeremy Fisher is a frog who goes fishing for minnows to feed his friends. To his fright, he encounters two fish bigger than he!
The Tale of Johnny Town-mouse by Beatrix Potter (1918) The Tale of Mr. Tod by Beatrix Potter (1912)
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Little mouse visits the big city! A tale of two carnivores who deserve each other!
Johnny Town-mouse and his rural friend Timmy Willie learn that country mice belong in the country, and city mice in the city.
Tommy Brock, a dirty, nasty badger, has stolen Benjamin Bunny's flopsy babies; Benjamin enlists Peter Rabbit to help get them back.
The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse by Beatrix Potter (1910)
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A little girl named Lucie meets a hedgehog who does laundry! (A rare Beatrix Potter book that features a human.) A mouse a little TOO obsessed with cleaning!
This delightful tale features human-animal interaction, as little Lucie meets Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, a hedgehog who does laundry! Thomasina Tittlemouse likes a tidy house, though she lives under a hedge and has to endure many unwanted and messy visitors.

The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter (1902) The Tale of Pigling Bland by Beatrix Potter (1913)
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Beatrix Potter's first and most famous! Miss Potter turns 'This little pig went to market' into a full length story!
Fearless Peter resolves to steal from Mr. McGregor’s garden—only to be spotted by Mr. McGregor, who REALLY doesn’t like rabbits!
Pigling Bland's overwhelmed mom, Aunt Pettitoes, sends him away. He's taken in by a farmer who likely sees in him a good meal!
The Tale of Samuel Whiskers by Beatrix Potter (1908) The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin by Beatrix Potter (1903)
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A kitten lost in a house where rats rule! They aren't YOUR nuts, so be nice!
Tom Kitten has wandered off, and his mom—Tabitha Twitchit—can’t find him. That’s because he’s stumbled into the attic.
Squirrel Nutkin is a brat and a bad guest when he comes with his cousins to Owl Island to gather nuts.
The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies by Beatrix Potter (1909) The Tale of the Pie and the Patty-Pan by Beatrix Potter (1905)
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Mr. McGregor captures a bagful of baby bunnies. Mommy Flopsy to the rescue! A cat and dog have a disastrous tea party!
Careless Benjamin Bunny lets his kids get caught by Mr. McGregor. Luckily Mrs. Flopsy Bunny, his wife, manages to rescue them.
A tea party goes bad when a cat named Ribby invites a dog named Duchess over. Did Duchess swallow the patty-pan...or a mouse?
The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes by Beatrix Potter (1911) The Tale of Tom Kitten by Beatrix Potter (1907)
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Gathering nuts is easy. Deciding where to store them is hard! Tommy's in trouble for losing his clothes!
Timmy Tiptoes hides his nuts in an abandoned nest, but when he's shoved in he finds he's too fat to get out! Tom Kitten and his siblings mess up and then lose their nice clothes, to their mother, Tabitha Twitchit's chagrin.