Beatrix Potter könyvei a rukkolán

Beatrix Potter - The Tale of Ginger & Pickles
Once upon a time there was a village shop. The name over the window was "Ginger and Pickles". It was a little small shop just the right size for Dolls - Lucinda and Jane Doll-cook always brought their groceries at Ginger and Pickles.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Two Bad Mice
Once ​upon a time there was a very beautiful doll's-house; it was red brick with white windows, and it had real muslin curtains and a front door and a chimney. It belonged to two Dolls called Lucinda and Jane, at least it belonged to Lucinda, but she never ordered meals.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck
What ​a funny sight it is to see a brood of ducklings with a hen! - Listen to the story of Jemima Puddle-duck, who was annoyed because the farmer's wife would not let her hatch her own eggs.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Tom Kitten
Once ​upon a time there were three little kittens, and their names were Mitten, Tom Kitten, and Moppet. They had dear little fur coats of their own; and they tumbled about the doorstep and played in the dust.

Beatrix Potter - Favourite ​Beatrix Potter Tales
This ​book contains four classic Beatrix Potter stories as featured in the forthcoming film, "Miss Potter". These stories are read by the film's four leading actors, including actress Renee Zellweger who plays Beatrix.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse
Johnny ​Town-Mouse was born in a cupboard. Timmy Willie was born in a garden. Timmy Willie was a little country mouse who went to town by mistake in a hamper. The gardener sent vegetables to town once a week by carrier; he packed them in a bid hamper.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Story of Miss Moppet
This ​is a Pussy called Miss Moppet, she thinks she has heard a mouse! This is the Mouse peeping out behind the cupboard, and making fun of Miss Moppet. He is not afraid of a kitten.

Beatrix Potter - Appley ​Dapply's Nursery Rhymes
Appley ​Dapply, a little brown mouse, goes to the cupboard in somebody's house. In somebody's cupboard there's everything nice, cake, cheese, jam and biscuits, - all charming for mice!

Beatrix Potter - The ​Great Big Treasury of Beatrix Potter
This ​delightful volume combines three popular Beatrix Potter collections: Giant Treasury of Peter Rabbit, Giant Treasury of Beatrix Potter and Further Adventures of Peter Rabbit and His Friends. Nineteen tales in all with Potter's original illustrations. 520 full-color and 155 b&w illustrations. 256 pages.

Beatrix Potter - Cecily ​Parsley's Nursery Rhymes
Cecily ​Parsley lived in a pen, and brewed good ale for gentlemen; gentlemen came every day, till Cecily Parsley ran away. Goosey, goosey, gander, whither will you wander? Upstairs and downstairs, and in my lady's chamber!

Beatrix Potter - Tüskés ​néni kalandjai
Történet ​Tüskés néniről, a fáradhatatlan mosónéniről.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies
It ​is said that the effect of eating too much lettuce is "soporific". I have never felt sleepy after eating lettuces; but then I am not a rabbit. They certainly had a very soporific effect upon the Flopsy Bunnies!

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Mr. Tod
I ​have made many books about well-behaved people. Now, for a change I am going to make a story about two disagreeable people, called Tommy Brock and Mr. Tod. Nobody could call Mr. Tod "nice". The rabbits could not bear him; they could smell him half a mile off.

Beatrix Potter - Treasured ​Tales
This ​book contains four Beatrix Potter stories, featuring some of her most popular characters: The Tale of Tom Kitten, The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher, The Tale of Benjamin Bunny and The Tale of Pigling Bland.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Benjamin Bunny
One ​morning a little rabbit sat on a bank. He pricked his ears and listened to the trit-trot, trit-trot of a pony. A gig was coming along the road; it was driven by Mr. McGregor, and beside him sat Mrs. McGregor in her best bonnet.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit
This ​is a fierce bad Rabbit; look at his savage whiskers, and his claws and his turned up tail. This is a nice gentle Rabbit. His mother has given him a carrot. The bad Rabbit would like some more carrot.

Beatrix Potter - Meet ​Peter Rabbit
Ehhez a könyvhöz nincs fülszöveg, de ettől függetlenül még rukkolható/happolható.

Beatrix Potter - Meine ​Geschichte
Peter ​Rabbit, der Hasenjunge mit der blauen Jacke, hat seine Schöpferin Beatrix Potter (1866 -1943) weltberühmt gemacht. Die Auflagen und Übersetzungen der Tales of Peter Rabbit sind kaum zu zählen. Bereits als 16jährige führte Beatrix Potter Tagebuch - und zwar in einer Codeschrift. Beginnend mit kindlichsprunghaften Eintragungen, wächst hier vor den Augen des Lesers die weltberühmte Kinderbuchautorin und -zeichnerin heran, eine genaue Beobachterin ihrer Umwelt. So bieten die Aufzeichnungen nicht nur Einblicke in Beatrix Potters Leben, sondern auch ein Stück viktorianischer Geistes- und Kulturgeschichte.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher
Once ​upon a time there was a frog called Mr. Jeremy Fisher; he lived in a little damp house amongst the buttercups at the edge of a pond. The water was all slippy-sloppy in the larder and in the back passage.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle
Once ​upon a time there was a little girl called Lucie, who lived at a farm called Little-town. She was a good little girl - only she was always losing her pocket-handkerchiefs! One day little Lucie came into the farm-yard crying - oh, she did cry so! "I've lost my pocket-handkin! Three handkins and a pinny! Have you seen them, Tabby Kitten?"

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Peter Rabbit
The ​quintessential cautionary tale, Peter Rabbit warns naughty children about the grave consequences of misbehaving. When Mrs. Rabbit beseeches her four furry children not to go into Mr. McGregor's garden, the impish Peter naturally takes this as an open invitation to create mischief. He quickly gets in over his head, when he is spotted by farmer McGregor himself. Any child with a spark of sass will find Peter's adventures remarkably familiar. And they'll see in Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cotton-tail that bane of their existence: the "good" sibling who always does the right thing. One earns bread and milk and blackberries for supper, while the obstinate folly of the other warrants medicine and an early bedtime. Beatrix Potter's animal stories have been a joy to generations of young readers. Her warm, playful illustrations in soft colors invite children into the world of words and flights of fancy. Once there, she gently and humorously guides readers along the path of righteousness, leaving just enough room for children to wonder if that incorrigible Peter will be back in McGregor's garden tomorrow. (Ages Baby to Preschool)Beatrix Potter's classic tale is now available as a Little Golden Storybook, making it a perfect collectible for your family library. Follow Peter Rabbit through the adventure that children have grown up on for generations.

Beatrix Potter - Bikkmakk ​Mókus kalandjai
Bikkmakk, ​a szemtelen mókus találóskérdéseket tesz fel Öregbagolynak, miközben barátai szorgosan szedegetik a mogyorót Öregbagoly szigetén. Vajon bagoly megelégeli a dolgot?

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Ginger and Pickles
Once ​upon a time there was a village shop. The name over the window was "Ginger and Pickles". It was a little small shop just the right size for Dolls - Lucinda and Jane Doll-cook always brought their groceries at Ginger and Pickles.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Beatrix Potter Collection I-II.
This ​collection brings together all your favourite Beatrix Potter stories in two volumes.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Samuel Whiskers or the Roly-Poly Pudding
Once ​upon a time there was an old cat, called Mrs. Tabitha Twitchit, who was an anxious parent. She used to lose her kittens continually, and whenever they were lost they were always in mischief! On baking day she determined to shut them up in a cupboard.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Squirrel Nutkin
This ​story is one of the famous Peter Rabbit books written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter. This celebration edition with a bronze-foil jacket marks 100 years since the first publication of "The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin" by Frederick Warne.

Beatrix Potter - Tapsifülesék ​kalandjai
Mi ​történik a kisnyuszikkal, akik éppen Gergelyfi bácsi kertjében alszanak el?

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Little Pig Robinson
When ​I was a child I used to go to the seaside for the holidays. We stayed in a little town where there was a harbour and fishing boats and fishermen. They sailed away to catch herrings in nets. When the boats came back home again some had only caught a few herring. Others had caught so many that they could not all be unloaded on the to quay.

Beatrix Potter - The ​Tale of Pigling Bland
Once ​upon a time there was an old pig called Aunt Pettitoes. She had eight of a family: four little girl pigs, called Cross-patch, Suck-suck, Yock-yock and Spot; and four little boy pigs, called Alexander, Pigling Bland, Chin-chin and Stumpy. Stumpy had had an accident to his tail.

Beatrix Potter - Nyúl ​Péter kalandjai - Térbeli mesekönyv
Nyúl ​Péter klasszikus kalandja leleményes térbeli illusztrációk segítségével játékosan elevenedik meg.

Beatrix Potter - Egérke ​asszony kalandjai
Ehhez a könyvhöz nincs fülszöveg, de ettől függetlenül még rukkolható/happolható.

Beatrix Potter - Nursery ​Rhyme Book
Beatrix ​Potter loved traditional rhymes and riddles, and she wove them into her Tales whenever she could. Here is a delightful collection of nearly one hundred nursery rhymes, some of them taken from her books, and some which were intended to be published but which were dropped for reasons of space, or because the book itself was never completed. Verses from the privately-printed edition of The Tailor of Gloucester and rhymes for the early 1905 edition of Appley Dappley's Nursery Rhymes which was never finished rub shoulders with better-known favourites from the 1917 edition of Appley Dappley's Nursery Rhymes, Cecily Parsley's Nursery Rhymes, The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes and The Fairy Caravan, together with rhymes from The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin. Some of the rhymes are traditional, quoted from Haliwell if Beatrix Potter's reference was too scanti; some are Beatrix Potter's special adaptations; others are Beatrix Potter originals. Charming illustration from Beatrix Potter's work perfectly complement the rhymes, and make the book an ideal gift for any child. A special feature od this edition are the fresh reproductions (from new transparencies) of nearly all the original paintings included in the book. Beatrix Potter was born on July 28, 1866. She spent a lonely but interesting childhood, for although her parents were inclined to keep her isolated from the company of children, she was encouraged to study art, and as she grew older, natural history. She kept animals in the schoolroom - Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny had been two of these pets, which is why they retain their true animal characteristics in her famous Tales, despite the little blue jacket, tam-o-shanter and clogs. Later in life she maintained that she was glad that she had never gone to school because it would have rubbed off some of the originality. She had been educated by governesses, and it was for the little son of the last governess that the celebrated Peter Rabbit story was written - as a picture letter in 1893. She later had it turned into a book, first in a privately printed edition, and in 1902 it appeared with coloured pictures as the first of the series of little Tales which have become so popular throughout the world. In 1913 Beatrix Potter married William Heelis, a solicitor in the Lake District, and became more and more involved in farming as the years wnt on. When she died in 1943 she left four thousand acres of Lake District land to National Trust.