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by Thornton W. Burgess

Author: Thornton W. Burgess
Subcategory: Classics
Language: English
Publisher: Dodo Press (May 9, 2008)
Pages: 64 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.4
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Home Thornton W. Burgess The Adventures of Peter Cottontail. Everybody laughed and chuckled overthe thought of Peter Rabbit's foolishness, and they planned to havea great deal of fun with Peter as soon as he should tell them his newname

Home Thornton W. Everybody laughed and chuckled overthe thought of Peter Rabbit's foolishness, and they planned to havea great deal of fun with Peter as soon as he should tell them his newname. Peter was sitting on the edge of the Old Briar-patch one morning whenOl' Mistah Buzzard passed, flying low. "Good mo'ning, Brer Cottontail,"said Ol' Mistah Buzzard, with a twinkle in his eye. At first Peter didn't understand that Ol' Mistah Buzzard was speakingto him, and by the time he did it was too late to reply, for Ol' MistahBuzzard was way, way up in the blue, blue sky.

Home Thornton W. PETER RABBIT sat on the edge of the Smiling Pool and stared at theplace where Grandfather Frog had disappeared with a great splash. The Adventures of Peter Cottontail, . 1 2 3 4 5. "It must be hard work to see with only one eye," said Peter Rabbit. Hewatched the tiny waves spread out in rings that grew bigger and biggerand then finally disappeared too. Now what did Grandfather Frog meanwhen he said: "I'll see you in the spring, Peter Rabbit?"

Home Thornton W. Peter rabbit gets an early breakfast. PETER RABBIT crept out of his snug little bed in the middle of theOld Briar-patch two hours before sun-up and hurried over to the bighickory-tree

Home Thornton W. PETER RABBIT crept out of his snug little bed in the middle of theOld Briar-patch two hours before sun-up and hurried over to the bighickory-tree. Sure enough, close by, he found a beautiful bed of sweetclover, just as Reddy Fox had said was there. Peter chuckled to himselfas he ate and ate and ate, until his little round stomach was so fullthat he could hardly hop.

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Introduce a new generation to Thornton Burgess'Peter Cottontail in The Adventures of Peter Cottontail. This is one of several Thornton W. Burgess books that I remember my dad reading to me and my sister when we were little. Later read it on my own. The Adventures of Peter Cottontail recounts the hijinks of one of the most endearing and beloved creatures in children's literature. Full of mischief (and then remorse), Peter has exploits that are delightfully recognizable to anyone who has children and will surely tickle Introduce a new generation to Thornton Burgess'Peter Cottontail in The Adventures of Peter Cottontail.

Thornton Waldo Burgess, a devoted naturalist and conservationist, knew that instilling a love of the natural world .

Thornton Waldo Burgess, a devoted naturalist and conservationist, knew that instilling a love of the natural world in young people was one of the best ways to inspire conservation in adults. His writings spanned over fifty years, more than 170 books and 15,000 articles, and inspired several generations. Many of Burgess' observations of nature were featured in his stories, and his many characters, including Peter Rabbit, Jimmy Skunk, Sammy Jay, Bobby Raccoon, Joe Otter, Grandfather Frog, and many others, displayed both animal and human traits that were very recognisable to readers.

In 1960, Burgess published his last book, Now I Remember, Autobiography of an Amateur Naturalist, depicting memories of his early life in. .1914 The Adventures of Peter Cottontail. 1914 A Glad Time Made a Sad Time. 1914 Danny Meadow Mouse Learns Something.

In 1960, Burgess published his last book, Now I Remember, Autobiography of an Amateur Naturalist, depicting memories of his early life in Sandwich as well as his career highlights Death.

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Thornton Waldo Burgess (1874-1965) was a conservationist and author of children's stories featuring the wildlife of his native state. He was born in Sandwich, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. His first book was Old Mother West Wind (1910). Following its success, he wrote a syndicated daily newspaper column, Bedtime Stories (illustrated by Harrison Cady), which appeared without interruption from 1912 to 1960. His output comprises over 15,000 stories collected in over 170 books. Among his works are: Mother West Wind's Children (1911), The Adventures of Reddy Fox (1913), The Adventures of Johnny Chuck (1913), The Adventures of Jerry Muskrat (1914), The Adventures of Mr. Mocker (1914), The Adventures of Grandfather Frog (1915), Mother West Wind "Why" Stories (1915), The Adventures of Prickly Porky (1916), The Adventures of Paddy Beaver (1917), Mother West Wind "Where" Stories (1918), The Adventures of Jimmy Skunk (1918), Happy Jack (1918), Mrs. Peter Rabbit (1919), The Adventures of Old Mr. Toad (1920), Bowser the Hound (1920) and Blacky the Crow (1922).