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A classic of children’s literature, the iconic Peter Rabbit made his first appearance in 1902. In this story Peter disobeys his mother's orders and sneaks into Mr. McGregor's garden. This wonderful tale has been enjoyed by millions of children.

Public Domain (P)2012 Trout Lake Media

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beautiful retelling of an old favourite

What made the experience of listening to Peter Rabbit the most enjoyable?

Emma Messenger's beautiful voice.

What other book might you compare Peter Rabbit to and why?

Good Dog Carl by Alexandra Day. Children are thrilled by stories of naughty escapades so long as there is a happy outcome.

What about Emma Messenger’s performance did you like?

The pace and pauses made it very easy for little children to follow.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Old favourite exquisitely retold.

Any additional comments?

Emma Messenger's retelling of naughty Peter's adventures will charm any child.

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British Voice for British Bunny

Peter Rabbit is one of my childhood favorites, and Emma Messenger only makes it better. Loved how she draws out the words when this "naughty" rabbit is stuck under the fence. How she portrays him panting, and losing hope. Excellent performance, good pace, clear and comprehensible. Should be easy for children to visualize the story, picturing Farmer McGregor, the encouraging birds, the "good" bunnies at home under the tree.

Beatrix Potter. Famous British author, illustrator, and naturalist. A century ago, she really had a mischievous rabbit named Peter, according to the official BP website. He napped in front of her fireplace on a blue blanket. Hence, his fictional facsimile wears a blue jacket.

Well, he did have a blue jacket, until today, when he got caught stealing greens in Mr. McGregor's garden.

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