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by David Hately,Beatrix Potter

Download The Tale of Two Bad Mice (Beatrix Potter) epub
ISBN: 0721414230
ISBN13: 978-0721414232
Category: Children
Subcategory: Animals
Author: David Hately,Beatrix Potter
Language: English
Publisher: Ladybird Books Ltd (December 3, 1992)
Pages: 32 pages
ePUB size: 1248 kb
FB2 size: 1260 kb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 150
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This one is just TOO funny, with a morality tale about greed, thievery, losing one's temper, and repentance for one's sins as a bonus.

I have lived in many places where there were mice aplenty, and we co-habit-ed quite cordially for the most part. Ditto for the spiders, ants, and the occasional little lizards or baby snakes. The true persona-non-grata are the roaches and centipedes. I live in Japan, so there are a few others.

Anyway, a true gem of a story, with all of Miss Potter's other works, read over and over again to as many as will hear them.
Beatrix Potter has always been a favorite of mine since my first child was born 41.5 years ago - I have shared it with all of my four (4) children and now my 9 grandchildren - they loved it every time it has been read to them - not to mention the underlying lessons learned from the antics of the mice and, of course, all of Beatrice's stories - the art is amazing as well. Margaret Paulsen
One of my kids' all time favorite bedtime stories so I had to give it as part of a gift set to my nephew on his first birthday. Original illustrations a must
Hard to admit this but I had never read any Beatrix Potter books when I was very young . Nor did I read them to my children. Loved the imagination and the illustrations. Some things do get better with age. I will have to go to the library and read them to the young children there.
Adorable story. Adorable pictures.
Charming and funny--good gift for a new baby.
Stylish Monkey
I give Beatrix Potter books (the small ones) as baby gifts, with personal notes about how our children loved them. We visited the Lake District in England in 1972. The vocabulary used in these books teaches classic English: it is English Literature that one absorbs without thinking. The Tale of Two Bad Mice was our son's favorite; just to read the words Hunca Munca to him would start the giggles.
This is a wonderful story and almost all 5 year olds love it. The problem with the downloaded edition is that the program has all sorts of glitches where the pictures are not synced with the text. Sometimes you just can't turn the pages.

In SHORT DON'T BUY THE DNWLOADED VERSION_ IT DOESN"T WORK! By the little books themselves which are a delight.