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  • ISBN 0723206252
  • ISBN13 978-0723206255
  • Language English
  • Author Beatrix Potter
  • Publisher Frederick Warne and Company; Cover Worn, Name inked Inside edition (December 1910)
  • Pages 60
  • Formats lrf rtf lrf lit
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Classics
  • Size ePub 1364 kb
  • Size Fb2 1952 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 449

Home Beatrix Potter The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse. Penguin Books Ltd, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, EnglandViking Penguin In. 40 West 23rd Street, New York, New York 10010, .

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In The Tale of Mrs Tittlemouse, Mrs Tittlemouse’s only wish is for her house to be clean and tidy, however, all her unexpected guests are not helping her at all. Mrs Tittlemouse battles against a stray beetle who leave’s footprints all over her clean floor, a lost mother ladybug, and a web stringing spider, an infestation of bees making fun Bizz, Wizz sounds, among others, and finally an untidy frog who is attracted by the honey, but will he help out? Find out what Mrs Tittlemouse does with all her unwanted guests, to make the tale a happy ending, in this fun and beautifully illustrated tale.

Tittlemouse was a most terribly tidy particular little mouse, always My traditional start of the reading year with a Beatrix Potter tale. A must read for every OCD or anyone who thinks they may have OCD. LOL!! Anyways Beatrix wows us in this beautiful tale about Mrs. Tittlemouse and her obsessive need for a clean and tidy house. Sep 26, 2018 Bri rated it liked it.

Beatrix Potter loved the countryside and spent much of her childhood drawing and studying animals. The Tale of Peter Rabbit¸ published in 1902, was her first book, expanded from an illustrated letter she had sent to a young friend

Beatrix Potter loved the countryside and spent much of her childhood drawing and studying animals. The Tale of Peter Rabbit¸ published in 1902, was her first book, expanded from an illustrated letter she had sent to a young friend. Beatrix Potter went on to publish more than 20 tales and collections of rhymes. Once upon a time there was a wood-mouse, and her name was Mrs. She lived in a bank under a hedge.

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The Tale of Mrs. Tales of Peter Rabbit and His Friends is a charming collection of thirteen stories by Beatrix Potter, illustrated with her full-color drawings

The Tale of Mrs. Tales of Peter Rabbit and His Friends is a charming collection of thirteen stories by Beatrix Potter, illustrated with her full-color drawings. Almost everyone is familiar with the story of Peter Rabbit, the high-spirited bunny who disobeys his mother and. The Complete Tales.

Book from Project Gutenberg: The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse has so many visitors, but after cleaning for a fortnight, she has a party. Charming story with fine quality graphics. HTML format (scrolling pages). Tittlemouse is a children's book written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter, and published by Frederick Warne & Co. in 1910. The tale is about housekeeping and insect pests in the home, and reflects Potter's own sense of tidiness and her abhorrence of insect infestations. The character of Mrs. Thomasina Tittlemouse debuted in 1909 in a small but crucial role in The Tale of The Flopsy Bunnies, and Potter decided to give her a tale of her own the following year.

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Tittlemouse was a most terribly tidy particular little mouse, always sweeping and dusting the soft sandy floors. Sometimes a beetle lost its way in the passages. Shuh! shuh! little dirty feet!" said Mrs. Tittlemouse, clattering her dust-pan. And one day a little old woman ran up and down in a red spotty cloak. Your house is on fire, Mother Ladybird!

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I received this edition having previously purchased Potter series books with white covers and printed in italy. This printed in China edition makes for a very sad comparison.

The Italian editions are nothing short of beautiful. The paper is smooth, every illustration has better contrast; the colors are richer. The typography on the cover, first few pages and the binder just looks better. The font sizes and arrangements are chosen perfectly.

At the same time the Canadian and UK price printed on the book have gone up a dollar and a pound respectively. US price stayed the same. A little strange when the Canadian dollar has been appreciating over the US dollar over the period.

Potter's books are a national treasure; it's so sad to see the publisher's so blatantly cash in by reducing their costs and at the same time putting up the price. Ka-ching.

I have many beautifully produced Printed in China books. It's nothing against China per se. But the quality control on this edition vs. the previous one is just not there.

Tip to readers: look out for the previous edition with a white cover, printed in Italy. A far superior product.
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Beatrix Potter self-published this story with one set of pictures and a lot more lines of text than her publisher would usually let her include. A year later Warne, her publisher put out the "authorized" version that you see 99% of the time. NEITHER version does justice to Potter's original art, some of which has been preserved and is visible online in various museum sites. But a century ago, the painting was considered a starting point for the lithographers and others involved in the printing process, and nobody expected to actually replicate the painting. When I saw this advertised, I was excited because i was hoping it would use the original paintings as well as the original text. What it uses is the original PRINTED version. So it will be different from the versions you've seen before, longer with different art. This makes it a worthwhile and inexpensive addition to any Beatrix Potter collection.

Paul Race - School Of The Rock
Be forewarned: the Kindle version has only the text, not the wonderful illustrations by Beatrix Potter. The story is sweet, but without the author's famous watercolors, it's really not the same book I read as a child. I gave this version two stars only because it was free---and I suppose I should have known anything free would be missing something. But I will be going to my local bookstore later today to pick up the real version of The Tailor of Gloucester, with its illustrations of the earnest little tailor and his mice assistants.
The Taylor of Gloucester is a well written fanciful tale enhanced by the charming COLOR illustrations by Beatrix Potter. This book actually has the essential elements of a story: a setting, conflict, a plot and characters: A mischievous cat, clever mice who can sing and sew, and a generous good-hearted tailor.

The kind tailor cuts out clothing for the mice using leftover scraps of fabric. The tailor is out of thread which he needs to complete a suit of clothes for the mayor and sends his cat to the store for a number of items including cherry colored twist, which the mouse-hungry conniving cat hides in the teapot. The tailor becomes ill, too ill to finish sewing the mayors coat. The cleaver mice sing and sew the garments for him and they complete all but one buttonhole. The guilty cat repents and gets the twist from the teapot and all ends well.

Unlike the illustrations in most of the current books of fiction for children, the colorful illustrations in this book are not only charming, they are inspiring.
I will never tire of these stories. I don’t remember anyone reading books to me as a child, so I’m having a good time enjoying them as an adult.
Five stars for a story that I've known and loved since childhood -- now some seventy years gone by. "The Tailor of Gloucester" fits in quite nicely with the other "Christmas Classics:" Dickens' " Christmas Carol," and "Mr. Pickwick's Christmas;" O. Henry's "Gift of the Magi;" and van Dyke's "The Story of The Other Wiseman."

Compared to my eighty-something years old copy, the binding appears to be equal, if somewhat different. The color plates -- remade, I am given to understand -- are superb.

I bought this as a Christmas present. Do your Christmas shopping early!
Wonderful old story with very British vocabulary.
The format for this particular edition of the book is very small. I would recommend a bigger size for reading with children.
Sometimes a story is what you need to stop and remember many things in life that are important and many things we forget to remember the value of patience, gratitude and helping each other,