Peter Rabbit What's That Noise? Peter Rabbit Naturally Better (Hardcover)
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|Who''s making that funny noise? As Peter and his friends investigate, their own special sounds are incorporated into the text. In the end, it turns out that a snoring fox has been making the noise, but then the characters'' sounds wake him! The fox''s snarling mouth is one of the final spreads before Peter finds his way safely back home.|
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Investigating a funny noise, Peter Rabbit and his friends investigate while making unique sounds of their own that eventually wake up a snoring fox, who encourages the group to scurry back home.WhoÂ's making that funny noise? As Peter and his friends investigate, their own special sounds are incorporated into the text. In the end, it turns out that a snoring fox has been making the noise, but then the charactersÂ' sounds wake him! The foxÂ's snarling mouth is one of the final spreads before Peter finds his way safely back home.
The continuing legacy of Beatrix Potter makes it almost impossible to believe that her most well-known work, THE TALE OF PETER RABBIT, was rejected by at least seven publishing companies. Potter originally wrote that story in the form of a letter to the son of her former governess. When it was rejected by publishers, she decided to print a black-and-white version at her own expense. Shortly afterwards, Frederick Warne & Co. reconsidered their rejection and ultimately published the book. THE TALE OF PETER RABBIT was an instant success in 1902 and continues to sell many thousands of copies a year. The classic story has been translated into 30 languages. Potter insisted that when published, this book, and all the titles that followed it, be inexpensive and small enough to fit into a child's hands.