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The Squirrel, the Hare and Little Grey Rabbit (The tales of Little Grey Rabbit) ePub download

by Margaret Tempest,Alison Uttley

  • Author: Margaret Tempest,Alison Uttley
  • ISBN: 0007104170
  • ISBN13: 978-0007104178
  • ePub: 1115 kb | FB2: 1553 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Animals
  • Publisher: Collins Audio (August 7, 2000)
  • Pages: 25
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 948
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The Squirrel, the Hare and Little Grey Rabbit (The tales of Little Grey Rabbit) ePub download

Little Grey Rabbit is the lead character in an English classic series of children's books, written by Alison Uttley and illustrated by Margaret Tempest except for the last five books.

Little Grey Rabbit is the lead character in an English classic series of children's books, written by Alison Uttley and illustrated by Margaret Tempest except for the last five books, which were illustrated by Katherine Wigglesworth. Little Grey Rabbit - A modest, gentle, motherly soul, who lives with her two friends Hare and Squirrel. Hare - A boastful fellow who is up to a little adventure, and cares about his friends.

Little Grey Rabbit plants birdseed and is disappointed not to grow canaries. There were at least five other books featuring these characters written between this one and about 1950 and all are classic gems. candles were made from pith of rushes dipped in wa. There were at least five other books featuring these characters written between this one and about 1950 and all are classic gems

Since publication of the first Little Grey Rabbit book in 1929, the series has become a classic of children's literature.

Since publication of the first Little Grey Rabbit book in 1929, the series has become a classic of children's literature. The popularity of Alison Uttley's magical stories and Margaret Tempest's lively illustrations meant that generations of children grew up with Grey Rabbit, Squirrel, Hare, Moldy Warp and little Fuzzypeg. These lovely versions of favourite original titles Since publication of the first Little Grey Rabbit book in 1929, the series has become a classic of children's literature

Little Grey Rabbit rescues her friends Hare and Squirrel from an evil Weasel. by. Uttley, Alison, 1884-1976; Tempest, Margaret, ill. Publication date.

Little Grey Rabbit rescues her friends Hare and Squirrel from an evil Weasel. Rabbits, Animals, Weasels, Rabbits, Animals, Weasels. London : Octopus Books.

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All of Little Grey Rabbit's woodland friends appear in this charming collection of tales by Alison Uttley, illustrated by Margaret Tempest. Meet Hare, Squirrel, Wise Owl, Moldy Warp the mole and other animals in this timeless treasury, and discover the true value of friendship. These stories will delight and entertain children and adults alike. Titles include: - Moldy Warp the Mole - The Speckledy Hen - Little Grey Rabbit's Paint-Box - The Knot Squirrel Tied - Wise Owl's Story - Little Grey Rabbit's Birthday.

Illustrated by Margaret Tempest. Published by William Heinemann Lt. .Colour illustrations. The first in the Little Grey Rabbit series and Alison Uttley's first book. Corners worn, covers lightly marked. pictorial onlay to front cover has surface paper loss to vertical edge. Backstrip missing and replaced with red cloth. A few light creases, a few margin marks. Rear joint just starting to crack.

Little Grey Rabbit books were first published in the 40's, written by Alison Uttley with charming illustrations . Wolf Moons and Muddypond Green: The Squirrel who fell to earth. Little Grey Rabbit - Margaret Tempest Illustration.

Little Grey Rabbit books were first published in the 40's, written by Alison Uttley with charming illustrations by Margaret Tempest.

A Little Grey Rabbit book & tape pack produced especially to complement the TV animation. Narrated by Andrew Sachs. Little Grey Rabbit, Squirrel and Hare live in a cosy little house on the edge of a wood. Grey Rabbit is kept very busy gathering food for her friends and learning how to grow her own vegetables. But when a fierce weasel comes to live in the woods, life becomes very dangerous for all the animals. Grey Rabbit will need all of her quick thinking and bravery if she is to save her friends...AGE 4-8
avanger
very poor re-do of the much loved series, very poor pictures, would never have bought, if l had seen 1st.
BlackHaze
This is the first book in the wonderful little series that have been enjoyed by several generations of children and in fact, spawned a T.V. series featuring or sweet little Grey Rabbit, a quite silly Squirrel and a somewhat vainglorious Hare. This story by Alison Uttley and illustrated by Margaret Tempest was first published in London in 1929. This particular review is on the 1938 version. Now before I get into this review, the reader must realize that the work being reviewed here is the original and NOT the 2000 version which is now available. Those who purchase the 2000, which is based on the T.V. Show and the one that is most available, will possibly be disappointed, unless of course it is the 2000 version only that they are familiar with. These are two quite separate books and the pictures and format is quite different.

Alison Uttley's plots are quite simple and often gently and moralistic which was quite common in this era (and no worse the wear now days I might say). Little Grey Rabbit's common sense always enables her and her friends to escape the predatory Weasel. These little stories investigate the nature of friendship and are filled with very nice little lessons.

Some of the stories include Hare's confusion over being the Easter Bunny or Baby hedgehog Fuzzypeg's trepidations upon starting school...will it be scary? Sam Pig gets lost and loses his money...what will he do? Little Grey Rabbit plants birdseed and is disappointed not to grow canaries. You get the picture.

The illustration here are top rate and beautifully done and explore the nature of nature in a gentle and kind way.

"Little Grey Rabbit's...candles were made from pith of rushes dipped in was."

There were at least five other books featuring these characters written between this one and about 1950 and all are classic gems.

It is interesting to note that the author, Alison Uttley, who was a countrywoman from England's Derbyshire dale region, liked to write about animals who she felt had a "raw deal." Despite the fact that Uttley wrote sweet animal stories, she was actually fiercely intelligent and was only the second woman ever to take a physics degree at Manchester University. She was a passionately possessive wife and mother and extremely combative who quarreled constantly and quite hard with her illustrator who should take credite for creating Little Grey Rabbit.

Anyway...I like the original much, much better than the modern version; the T.V. version of these stories, but then I suppose this is just a matter of taste and to a great extent, what each person was exposed to first.

Don Blankenship
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Samulkree
This is the story of the Hare the squirrel and the little grey Rabbit. The Rabbit is a very able, hardworking thing, who proves to be the hero of the moment when she saves the other animals from the weasel.

It has great values in it - some very sweet jokes, lovely illustrations, and an old fashioned feel. Water is fetched from the stream at the back of the house, and fires are stirred with pokers.

My children have had this story read to them dozens and dozens of times and almost have it off by heart now. Lots of adventures and excitement. If you get this, you should really also buy How little Grey Rabbit Got her Tail back, as they follow on from one another.
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