The tale of Benjamin Bunny

by Beatrix Potter

Paper Book, 1990



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London : Warne, [1990] : BP Edition


Peter's mischievous cousin, Benjamin Bunny, persuades him to go back to Mr. McGregor's garden to retrieve the clothes he lost there.

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LibraryThing member t1bclasslibrary
Benjamin Bunny drags Peter Rabbit through Mr. McGregor’s garden to retrieve his clothes and steal vegetables. Peter is terrified, and the boys have to hide from a cat under a basket. Benjamin’s father rescues them, and both boys are in trouble.
LibraryThing member srgrammer
This story is about a little bunny who helps his cousin Peter find his clothes that he lost in Mr. McGregors garden. The two rabbits get caught under a basket with a cat sitting on top for five hours! The two were saved by the uncle and spanked! Both made it home safe and sound.
LibraryThing member angharad_reads
In which Peter Rabbit is taken back to the McGregors' garden by his cousin. I was amused to see that Peter Rabbit had been traumatised by his previous visit.
LibraryThing member alexdaw
Oh the many generations brought up on this book - don't forget that lavendar is really rabbit tobacco...
LibraryThing member AnneDenney
This story of Benjamin Bunny is a classic, of course, and much beloved by our girls. Benjamin and Peter Rabbit get trapped under a basket in Mr McGregor's garden while retrieving Peter's clothing from Mr McGregor's scarecrow.
LibraryThing member sealford
Though the title says that this is about Benjamin Bunny, it also has a lot to do with Peter Rabbit. Peter is always getting himself into trouble, and that is the case here as well. Benjamin Bunny tries to come and save the day, but things didn't go quite as well as he had planned.
LibraryThing member benuathanasia
Interesting continuation of Peter Rabbit. Kinda boring though. Very boring as a stand-alone.
LibraryThing member LinneaWarner
This book is about a little bunny, Benjamin, who helps his cousin, Peter Rabbit, retrieve his clothes back from the Scarecrow. I enjoyed this book because it was really cute and suspenseful. I would recommend this book for grades K-2.
LibraryThing member PatrickRiegert
This book is about the adventures that Benjamin Bunny goes on. I liked the book because it was at times suspenseful. I would recommend this book for grades K-2
LibraryThing member barquist
Benjamin Bunny is a fun tale about Peter rabbits cousin, who "helps" Peter get his clothes back from Mr. McGregor's garden. In this tale the two mischievous rabbits get caught once again. It is a fun sequel to Peter rabbit.
LibraryThing member MeditationesMartini
I been getting kind of down on Beatrix Potter--all the stories seemed more cloying and bland and in love with themselves than I'd remembered--but this one is fun, Potter does Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, with rabbits.
LibraryThing member Keiffer
A cute and quick children's book! Benjamin Bunny is Peter Rabbit's cousin. Peter Rabbit left his clothibg and shoes in Mr. McGregor's garden. Benjamin takes Peter on an adventure. After they retrieve Peter's clothing, they decide to pick some of McGregor's garden to take home, but only to have a
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run in with McGregor's cat. After hiding for hours, Peter's and Benjamin's family come looking for them.
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58 p.; 15 cm



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