Beatrix loves the countryside, but lives in a big, lonely house in London – if only she had a friend. Then she meets Benjamin Bunny and everything changes! They spend every day together playing chase and follow my leader. But when Benjamin dies, Beatrix is heartbroken. She decides to write about Benjamin’s adventures and about her new bunny, Peter, who plays the tambourine and jumps through hoops.
Peter Rabbit fans will love finding out about the life of his creator and the real-life bunnies Beatrix loved. Discover her deep connection with animals, her determination to be published, and her role as a pioneering conservationist.
Written in consultation with experts from the National Trust, this is the perfect book for animal lovers, budding writers and artists, and young environmentalists.
Rebecca Colby is an author, poet and screenwriter. She started ‘writing’ before she learned the alphabet, creating and memorising her own songs. Then at age 12, she won an essay contest which fuelled her dreams of becoming an author.
Caroline Bonne-Müller was born in France and raised in the Netherlands where she worked as a fashion designer for 14 years. Ever since she was a child, she has been fascinated by picture books and dreamed of illustrating them herself one day. Now she is a published illustrator and lives in Switzerland, overlooking the mountains.
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