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Beatrix Potter Biography

Helen Beatrix Potter was born in 1866, in South Kensington, London. Her father was a wealthy investor. Potter lived a secure childhood at home, with her youger brother Bertram. She was taught by governesses, and learned reading by Sir Walter Scott's novels. At age fifteen, she began a diary, and invented a code to write in it. This she continued ti ...

Beatrix Potter Poems

1.
Three Blind Mice

Three blind mice, three blind mice,
See how they run!
They all run after the farmer's wife,
And she cut off their tails with a carving knife,
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2.
We Have A Little Garden

WE have a little garden,
A garden of our own,
And every day we water there
The seeds that we have sown.
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3.
This Pig Went To Market

THIS pig went to market;
This pig stayed at home;

This pig had a bit of meat;
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4.
Ninny Nanny Netticoat

Ninny Nanny Netticoat,
In a white petticoat,
With a red nose, --
The longer she stands,
...

5.
Goosey, Goosey, Gander

Beatrix Potter Comments

ursula 17 May 2018

hey i love this person

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Annie Cassidy 08 April 2018

I do like beatrix potterpoems because I grew up with her stories by my bed side ??????????????

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Michael Jackson 22 January 2019

We love it??

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ursula 17 May 2018

i am doing beatrix potter for my projet

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Sylvia Frances Chan 09 August 2021

They brought her immediate recognition. Up till 1913, she continued to write her animal stories and illustrate them with water-colour.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 09 August 2021

In the 1890's, 'The Tale of Peter Rabbit, ' and some other short animal stories, originally written to amuse the sickly child of one of her governesses, after first being rejected, were published.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 03 July 2020

for the sick child of one of her gov. (nannies) Here in the NL we can only buy her drawings of rabbits, she called him Peter Rabbit, small and cute pictures books. Wedgwood produced earthware tools like cute tiny cups to drink tea with, all for toddlers to drink tea together. What a fascinating kids'world.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 03 July 2020

Since I am one who is drawing too, I like all her drawings (small books) , Has she drawn that herself....or not? Never mentioned in her BIO here. But she has written stories for children, starting with:

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