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    The Tale of The Flopsy Bunnies is the fourteenth book in Beatrix Potter s famous series of 23 little children s books, which are mainly about animals The author wrote these between 1902 1930, and they were published by Frederick Warne She had already written two full length tales with a rabbit as the central character, for this publisher, The Tale of Peter Rabbit and The Tale of Benjamin Bunny , and felt reluctant to write another However, the demand from her young audience was so great, that she wrote The Tale of The Flopsy Bunnies, featuring both Peter and Benjamin, and adding new characters It was published in 1909 The watercolour depictions of the garden in the background are simply beautiful, and considered to be some of the finest illustrations Beatrix Potter created For her inspiration here, she had looked to a semi formal garden of archways and flowerbeds at the home of her aunt and uncle in Wales It is perhaps no surprise that Beatrix Potter s illustrations are so carefully executed, and so detailed She had been a respected watercolourist, illustrating plant life, insects, fossils and various archaeological artefacts, as well as the pets and small animals she had always painted, even as a child Prior to these books featuring rabbits, she had also previously, in 1893, illustrated the Uncle Remus stories by Joel Chandler Harris However, the rabbits invented by Beatrix Potter are very differ...


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    It is said that the effect of eating too much chocolate is soporific.I have never felt sleepy after eating chocolate, but then I am not a lightweight The effect is most likely known as diabetes , however I also did not grow up to marry my cousin, which though possibly legal is not a sufficient enough gap in the gene pool to stop the potential of a sixth or seventh finger But Benj...


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    Pulitzer awardee Margaret Edson mentioned this book The Tale of Flopsy Bunnies and Mrs Tittlemouse in her play Wit that I read and reviewed early this week The character of the play, the cancer patient, recalled that the first book her father read to her was this It is also in this book when she first encountered the word soporific that made her interested on words, then on stories, then on literature study She was a professor at Cambridge specializing on John Donne poems when she died.I looked for this book and I was very lucky to find a hardbound edition with music and being sold for P80 2 at a second hand bookstore a couple of days back I bought this right away because I was intrigued on how a book could make a person really interested on literature and end up as a literature teacher.I think Edson was right I think Edson, a kindergarten teacher when she won the Pulitzer, used this book as this made herself interested on literature The word soporific is mentioned in the very first sentence of the story and one can not ignore it I do that sometimes and see if you ll be able to understand by the way it is used in the paragraph Yes, there is something about the little bunnies being sleepy after eating lettuce because their father has no money to buy carrots However, the word soporific is with quotes so whoever is reading the story to children listening should know what that means It seems like Potter the author, Beatrix Potter not Harry Potter ...


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    i wonder if those poor flopsy bunnies knew how close they got to being eten


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    Soporific But in this specific case, it s a compliment.__________________________________________I must share with you this wonderful passage from John Evelyn s Acetaria A Discourse of Sallets 1699 , quoted in McGee s On Food and Cooking by reason of its soporifous qualities, lettuce ever was, and still contin...


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    I loved this, but why, just why, did two close cousins have to get married and have children I get that they re not humans, but that s still weird.


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    One of my most prized possessions is my Tales of Peter Rabbit and Friends box set I remember my Mum and Dad reading the stories to me before bedtime, and when I became a confident reader I would sit and read the books for hours, admiring the beautiful illustrations In fact, sometimes I just looked at the pictures because I loved them so much One of my favourites from the collection has to be The Tale of The Flopsy Bunnies This is a story of Benjamin Bunny s children They venture into Mr McGregor s scary farmer garden and find lots of overgrown lettuces Amazed by their find, they decide to eat way too many lettuces and end up falling asleep When tragedy strikes and the little bunnies go missing, Benjamin and Flopsy do everything they can to find their children.Although there are a few peculiar elements within the book Benjamin is married to his cousin ...


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    Such a delightfully sweet story


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    Set in the future, Benjamin Bunny marries his cousin Flopsy, and their children are nearly captured by Mr McGregor to be used for his own wife s cloak, before the kids are saved with the help of a new character and friend This is the third appearance of Mr McGregor see The Tale of Peter Rabbit and the Tale of Benjamin Bunny Readers sens...


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    This review goes for all the bunny centric Beatrix Potter books, including The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Tale of Benjamin Bunny, and The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit I m just attaching it to The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies because I think it has the cutest drawings leetle behbeh bunneh ears.You don t realize, when you are a child, how perfect and lifelike Beatrix Potter s illustrations are That takes adult eyes Looking at the drawings for these 4 books, I couldn t get over how lifelike Potter s rabbits were It was clear to me that she knew her subjects in the most intimate way she had been observing the wildlife of northern England for years to be able to draw rabbits in such lifelike ways, even while anthropomorphizing them Mrs Flopsy Bunny in her little housekeeper s apron Adorable The tenderness and reality of the colors are also amazing the variations of brown in the bunnies coats the shades of green in a lettuce leaf the slightly misty quality to views of Old Mr MacGregor s garden that evoke a golden age of the English countryside that ...


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