One of the very first books I ever owned was a beautiful collection of Peter Rabbit books and I have all things Beatrix Potter ever since. Every year our Year Three teacher has a focus on Beatrix Potter and I use this as an excuse to purchase more editions of Peter Rabbit books and resources for the library and indulge my love of Peter Rabbit and those gorgeous little Flopsy bunnies. If you need some advice on introducing the classics to little people (the language can often be tricky to deal with!) see here.
Easter is the perfect time of year to stock up on all things bunny and over the next few days I’ll be sharing my fav literary rabbits; Peter Rabbit, Squish Rabbit, Fat Rabbit, Miffy and Belle and Boo. Here is my round up of everything Peter Rabbit you could possibly want this Easter.
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Lime Tree Kids have some super cute tins – we have the little egg shaped one pictured on their site.
Spineless Classics have two fab Beatrix Potter posters which we have in the school library. These posters are just amazing.
Booktopia has a range of books and toys based on all the Beatrix Potter characters. My happiest purchase when I was pregnant with PudStar was a pull-along Peter Rabbit toy and Aunty Amy gave her the stacking boxes, which she loved for years and years. I am BESOTTED with these designer editions of the books and trying to justify purchasing them for my coffee table. The are a collection of five books designed by iconic British fashion designers to celebration the 150th anniversary of Beatrix Potter.Booktopia. You can also compare prices on Fishpond and Bookworld for Australian purchases.If you live in the US or would prefer to use Amazon click here. If you live in the UK or would prefer to use Book Depository click here. Purchases clicked through from the Children’s Books Daily site result in a small commission. Commission is used in part to maintain Children’s Books Daily and to support community groups which connect children with books.