Results for - Peter Rabbit and a Well Behaved Black Cat

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Helen Beatrix Potter was an English author, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist best known for her books featuring animals. Are you familiar with this author?

1. Helen Beatrix Potter was an English author, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist best known for her books featuring animals. Are you familiar with this author?

Yes
62%
1,162 votes
No
24%
443 votes
Undecided
7%
122 votes
n/a
8%
154 votes
Just recently a publisher found an unpublished Beatrix Potter handwritten manuscript in a school notebook, the story features an older Peter Rabbit and a well-behaved black cat and is called 'The Tale of Kitty-in-Boots. Would you be interested in reading it when it is published.

2. Just recently a publisher found an unpublished Beatrix Potter handwritten manuscript in a school notebook, the story features an older Peter Rabbit and a well-behaved black cat and is called 'The Tale of Kitty-in-Boots. Would you be interested in reading it when it is published.

Yes, I would love to check this book out.
39%
724 votes
No, it wouldn't be for me.
29%
542 votes
Undecided
20%
366 votes
n/a
13%
250 votes

3. If you are familiar with Beatrix Potter which of the following books have you read?

The Tale of Peter Rabbit
57%
1,056 votes
The Tale of Tom Kitten
13%
240 votes
The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies
28%
529 votes
The Tale of Mr Todd
20%
366 votes
The Tale of Mrs Tittlemouse
18%
338 votes
The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse
13%
239 votes
The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes
9%
176 votes
n/a
35%
645 votes

4. Are you aware of any of these Beatrix Potter facts?

Beatrix and her brother kept several small animals as pets, at various points she had mice, rabbits and a hedgehog.
23%
433 votes
One of her rabbits was called Benjamin Bouncer.
22%
413 votes
She was a good business woman and realized that people who read her books would like other items related to her stories, she designed and produced a Peter Rabbit doll and gave permission for other items to be made, such as board games, tea-sets and wall-p
24%
447 votes
She published 23 books in the 'Tales of' series.
28%
522 votes
She loved living in the country and in 1905 bought Hill Top Farm in the Lake District. When she died in 1943 she left all her property to the National Trust who opened her farm to the public in 1946.
29%
545 votes
02/10/2016 Living 1869 33 By: foesracing

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