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This knitting mouse delights me. Signed lower right H.B.P. for Helen Beatrix Potter, her full name.

This knitting mouse delights me. Signed lower right H.B.P. for Helen Beatrix Potter, her full name.

Beatrix Potter on stamps! What a perfect combination. Two of my childhood favorites.

Beatrix Potter on stamps! What a perfect combination. Two of my childhood favorites.

Beatrix Potter and Kep, 1915 (Helen Beatrix Potter 28 July 1866) - Just love this photo!!!

Beatrix Potter - Author, Artist and Naturalist

Beatrix Potter and Kep, 1915 (Helen Beatrix Potter 28 July 1866) - Just love this photo!!!

“Thank goodness I was never sent to school; it would have rubbed off some of the originality.” Beatrix Potter

“Thank goodness I was never sent to school; it would have rubbed off some of the originality.” Beatrix Potter

In 1893, Beatrix Potter sent an illustrated letter to her former governess's five-year-old son -- in it is the first appearance of Peter Rabbit.

In 1893, Beatrix Potter sent an illustrated letter to her former governess's five-year-old son -- in it is the first appearance of Peter Rabbit.

Living on Earth - Beatrix Potter. Amanda it was your love of Beatrix Potter that made me love her as well.

Living on Earth - Beatrix Potter. Amanda it was your love of Beatrix Potter that made me love her as well.

Free Beatrix Potter Unit Study Resources by Vicki Arnold of the Vicki Arnold Blog at Free Homeschool Deals

Free Beatrix Potter Unit Study Resources

Free Beatrix Potter Unit Study Resources by Vicki Arnold of the Vicki Arnold Blog at Free Homeschool Deals

Beatrix Potter - Bunnies in Winter  Helen Beatrix Potter (1866 – 1943) English author, illustrator, mycologist and conservationist  This watercolour is at the Victoria and Albert Museum, but isn't shown online. In the past they sold it on notecards. Very similar to her older cover drawing for "The Happy Pair." This one is much more winsome and a more mature paint

Beatrix Potter - Bunnies in Winter Helen Beatrix Potter (1866 – 1943) English author, illustrator, mycologist and conservationist This watercolour is at the Victoria and Albert Museum, but isn't shown online. In the past they sold it on notecards. Very similar to her older cover drawing for "The Happy Pair." This one is much more winsome and a more mature paint

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