Gift Guide 2015 Day 1: Holiday Books
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Gift Guide 2015 Day 2: Peter Rabbit

In our humble opinion, it doesn't get more classic than Beatrix Potter's "little books," and no young reader's book collection is complete without The Tale of Peter Rabbit. For over 110 years, the mischievous bunny has been delighting readers of all ages, and has come to life in countless ways. Delight the young readers in your life with their own ways to play with Peter!

Peter Rabbit Gift Guide

Begin with the original The Tale of Peter Rabbit...


...or a set of four classic Beatrix Potter stories, including The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher, The Tale of Tom Kitten, and The Tale of Jemima Puddle- Duck. 



Etsy shop Storybook Blocks features blocks inspired by so many wonderful books! The Peter Rabbit blocks are a lovely way to bring the story to life and an opportunity to play games based on the book. 



This Peter Rabbit toy set (also included a pumpkin from Mr. McGregor's garden) is handmade from poplar wood and decorated with wood burned details and non-toxic paint, and finally hand rubbed with natural beeswax polish and jojoba oil. The shop MomNmee also has toys featuring Mrs. Tiggywinkle and LucieSquirrel Nutkin, and Benjamin Bunny.



Young readers can cuddle with their own Peter Rabbit Plush by Gund. Isn't he adorable?



Play with Peter and all of Beatrix Potter's characters in the Peter Rabbit's Garden game app. Available for iOS or Android.


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