Early Learning
epub |eng | 1910-11-18 | Author:Potter, Beatrix [Potter, Beatrix]

"How do you do, Mr. Jackson? Deary me, you have got very wet!" "Thank you, thank you, thank you, Mrs. Tittlemouse! I'll sit awhile and dry myself," said Mr. Jackson. ...
( Category: Classics February 25,2018 )
epub |eng | 1911-01-25 | Author:Potter, Beatrix [Potter, Beatrix]

In the meantime Timmy Tiptoes came to his senses. He found himself tucked up in a little moss bed, very much in the dark, feeling sore; it seemed to be ...
( Category: Animals February 25,2018 )
epub |eng | 1918-03-08 | Author:Potter, Beatrix [Potter, Beatrix]

Timmy Willie longed to be at home in his peaceful nest in a sunny bank. The food disagreed with him; the noise prevented him from sleeping. In a few days ...
( Category: Animals February 25,2018 )
epub |eng | 1900-06-15 | Author:Potter, Beatrix [Potter, Beatrix]

Peter sat down to rest; he was out of breath and trembling with fright, and he had not the least idea which way to go. Also he was very damp ...
( Category: Classics February 25,2018 )
epub |eng | 1909-11-30 | Author:Potter, Beatrix [Potter, Beatrix]

Mr. McGregor tied up the sack and left it on the wall. He went to put away the mowing machine. While he was gone, Mrs. Flopsy Bunny (who had remained ...
( Category: Animals February 25,2018 )
epub |eng | 1912-11-14 | Author:Potter, Beatrix [Potter, Beatrix]

As usual, when out of humour, he determined to move house. First he tried the pollard willow, but it was damp; and the otters had left a dead fish near ...
( Category: Classics February 25,2018 )
epub |eng | 1905-02-22 | Author:Potter, Beatrix [Potter, Beatrix]

Then she took something else off a clothes-horse— "That isn't my pinny?" said Lucie. "Oh no, if you please'm; that's a damask table-cloth belonging to Jenny Wren; look how it's ...
( Category: Classics February 25,2018 )
epub |eng | 1908-04-06 | Author:Potter, Beatrix [Potter, Beatrix]

He squeezed through the hole in the wall, and dragged himself along a most uncomfortably tight passage where there was scarcely any light. He groped his way carefully for several ...
( Category: Classics February 25,2018 )
epub |eng | 1903-02-02 | Author:Potter, Beatrix [Potter, Beatrix]

But old Mr. Brown took no interest in riddles—not even when the answer was provided for him. On the fourth day the squirrels brought a present of six fat beetles, ...
( Category: Animals February 25,2018 )
epub |eng | 1902-02-02 | Author:Potter, Beatrix [Potter, Beatrix]

But that does not hinder the little brown mice; they run in and out without any keys through all the old houses in Gloucester! Out of doors the market folks ...
( Category: Classics February 25,2018 )
epub |eng | 1909-02-02 | Author:Potter, Beatrix [Potter, Beatrix]

Ginger and Pickles retired into the back parlour. They did accounts. They added up sums and sums, and sums. "Samuel Whiskers has run up a bill as long as his ...
( Category: Classics February 25,2018 )
mobi |eng | | Author:Potter, Beatrix [Potter, Beatrix]

Little Benjamin said that it was not possible to get back up the pear-tree with a load of vegetables. He led the way boldly towards the other end of the ...
( Category: Animals February 7,2018 )
epub |eng | | Author:Chris Van Dusen [Chris Van Dusen ]

Their camper got stuck on a rock at the ledge. So there they were, stranded, Magee and his pup, On the top of a waterfall, fifty feet up! Meanwhile that ...
( Category: Action & Adventure January 22,2018 )
azw3 |eng | 2017-11-28 | Author:McDonald, Megan [McDonald, Megan]

34 “Dressing up as a state is a big second-grade deal,” Judy told Stink. “Do you know how long it took me to become South Dakota?” “How long?” Stink asked. ...
( Category: Literature & Fiction January 10,2018 )
mobi, epub |eng | 2010-12-08 | Author:P.D. Eastman

“That’s the funniest-looking baby I ever saw,” said Mrs. Bird. “Something is wrong. I don’t think he’s our baby at all!” “He’s in our nest, so he must be ours,” ...
( Category: Humor January 4,2018 )