(1866 - 1943)
Beatrix Potter (born Helen Beatrix Potter) was an English author, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist best known for her imaginative children’s books featuring animals such as those in The Tale of Peter Rabbit which celebrated the British landscape and country life.
A collection of seven nursery rhymes with accompanying illustrations. Read online at wikisource.
The Complete Tales (1997)
This omnibus includes all twenty-three originally-published tales and four unpublished works.
Country Tales (1987)
The Fairy Caravan (1929)
A young guinea pig runs away and joins the circus.
Ginger and Pickles (1909)
A cat and a terrier set up a grocery store, but they give unlimited credit to their customers and soon have to file for bankruptcy. Read online at wikisource.
A story book with outline pages to be colored by the owner.
Junior Classics Volume 8 (1912)
Short accounts of our animal friends, both true and fictitious for children from six to sixteen. Read for free online at HathiTrust.
Mostly Magic (1958)
A collection of traditional fairy tales, fables and nursery rhymes for younger children.
A small diary with the pictures from the original 1929 almanac. Just one of many similar publications.
Six solo pieces for beginners, with six illustrations.
Six easy duets, twelve pictures for beginning piano.
An almanac with pictures from Peter Rabbit.
Peter Rabbit’s Painting Book (1911)
Nine pictures from Peter Rabbit for the owner to paint in. Includes an abbreviated version of the original story.
The Pie and the Patty-Pan (1905)
Ribby the cat invites Dutchess the Pomeranian to a tea party. Read online at wikisource.
The Roly-Poly Pudding (1908)
Sister Anne (1932)
A version of Blue Beard by the author artist of the Lake District.
The Sly Old Cat (1971)
A cat invites a rat to a tea party, but it soon becomes apparent to the rat that she is to be the dessert.
The fierce bad rabbit steals a carrot from the good little rabbit, and as he eats it, is shot by a hunter and loses his tail and the carrot. This is the original panorama format.
The fierce bad rabbit steals a carrot from the good little rabbit, and as he eats it, is shot by a hunter and loses his tail and his carrot. This is the standard book edition that replaced the original panorama format. Read online at archive.org. Or at wikisource.