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Mrs. Peter Rabbit

By Burgess, Thornton Waldo

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Title: Mrs. Peter Rabbit  
Author: Burgess, Thornton Waldo
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collection: Blackmask Online Collection
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Historic
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Publisher: Blackmask Online

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Excerpt: Peter Rabbit had lost his appetite. Now when Peter Rabbit loses his appetite, something is very wrong indeed with him. Peter has boasted that he can eat any time and all the time. In fact, the two things that Peter thinks most about are his stomach and satisfying his curiosity, and nearly all of the scrapes that Peter has gotten into have been because of those two things. So when Peter loses his appetite or his curiosity, there is surely something the matter with him. Ever since Old Man Coyote had come to live on the Green Meadows, Peter had been afraid to go very far from the dear Old Briar?patch where he makes his home, and where he always feels safe. Now there wasn?t any reason why he should go far from the dear Old Briar?patch. There was plenty to eat in it and all around it, for sweet clover grew almost up to the very edge of it, and you know Peter is very fond of sweet clover. So there was plenty for Peter to eat without running any risk of danger. With nothing to do but eat and sleep, Peter should have grown fat and contented. But he didn?t.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Mrs. Peter Rabbit, 1 -- Thornton W. Burgess, 1 -- Chapter I. PETER RABBIT LOSES HIS APPETITE, 1 -- Chapter II. PETER RABBIT PLANS A JOURNEY, 3 -- Chapter III. HOOTY THE OWL CHANGES HIS HUNTING GROUNDS, 4 -- Chapter V. IN THE OLD PASTURE, 6 -- Chapter VI. PETER RABBIT IS STILL LONESOME, 7 -- Chapter VII. PETER FINDS TRACKS, 8 -- Chapter VIII. THE STRANGE TRACKS IN THE OLD PASTURE, 9 -- Chapter IX. AN UNPLEASANT SURPRISE, 10 -- Chapter X. PETER RABBIT ALMOST DECIDES TO RETURN HOME, 11 -- Chapter XI. PETER RABBIT HAS A SUDDEN CHANGE OF MIND, 12 -- Chapter XII. PETER LEARNS SOMETHING FROM TOMMY TIT, 13 -- Chapter XIII. LITTLE MISS FUZZYTAIL, 14 -- Chapter XIV. SOME ONE FOOLS OLD JED THUMPER, 15 -- Chapter XV. A PLEASANT SURPRISE FOR PETER, 16 -- Chapter XVI. PETER RABBIT'S LOOKING?GLASS, 17 -- Chapter XVII. PETER MEETS MISS FUZZYTAIL, 18 -- Chapter XVIII. TOMMY TIT PROVES A FRIEND INDEED, 19 -- Chapter XIX. OLD MAN COYOTE PAYS A DEBT, 20 -- Chapter XX. LITTLE MISS FUZZYTAIL WHISPERS YES, 21 -- Chapter XXI. PETER AND LITTLE MISS FUZZYTAIL LEAVE THE OLD PASTURE, 22 -- Chapter XXII. SAMMY JAY BECOMES CURIOUS, 24 -- Chapter XXIII. PETER INTRODUCES MRS. PETER, 25 -- Chapter XXIV. DANNY MEADOW MOUSE WARNS PETER RABBIT, 26 -- Chapter XXV. PETER RABBIT'S HEEDLESSNESS, 27 -- Chapter XXVI. PETER RABBIT LISTENS TO MRS. PETER, 28 -- Chapter XXVII. MISTAH MOCKER PLAYS A JOKE ON MRS. PETER, 29 -- Chapter XXVIII. NEWS FROM THE OLD BRIAR?PATCH, 31 -- Chapter XXIX. JIMMY SKUNK VISITS PETER RABBIT, 32 -- Chapter XXX. REDDY FOX LEARNS THE SECRET, 33 -- Chapter XXXI. BLACKY THE CROW HAS SHARP EYES, 34 -- Chapter XXXII. PETER RABBIT'S NURSERY, 35

 

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