Believe there is a great power silently working all things for good, behave yourself and never mind the rest. Beatrix Potter

“Believe there is a great power silently working all things for good, behave yourself and never mind the rest.” - Quote by English author, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist Beatrix Potter

Beatrix Potter - Oh! A mouse reading up on tailoring!

Frontispiece: The Tailor Mouse, From Illustrations for The Tailor of Gloucester, Helen Beatrix Potter. Ink, watercolour and gouache on paper. The illustrations for The Tailor of.

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Molly Brett illustration: A little wren and mouse with morning glories and blackberries. I love Molly Brett illustrations!

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Always loved these illustrations. Helen Beatrix Potter The Mice Listen to the Tailors Lament From Illustrations for The Tailor of Gloucester


A Tale of Two Bad Mice illustration by Beatrix Potter - this is Hunca Munca coming to clean the dollhouse with her broom and dust pan.

From the book The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin, written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter

Bedtime Stories, Fairy Tales and Children Books. All the classics stories including Cinderella, Little Red-Riding-Hood and Puss in Boots. The Tale Of Squirrel Nutkin (Beatrix Potter)

Beatrix Potter I loved it when those two mice took over the doll house and lived there happily ever after.

'The Tale of Two Bad Mice', 1904 -- Beatrix Potter. "Tom Thumb went up the kitchen chimney and looked out the top -- there was no soot.

Beatrix Potter, The Tale of Peter Rabbit

Beatrix Potter, ‘Original illustration (unused) for The Tale of Peter Rabbit’ © Frederick Warne & Co. 2006 I love Beatrix Potter! One of my favorite books growing up!

Beatrix Potter's mice just really kill me

uch adorable drawings, I had to share. Here's a knitting mouse, from Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes : And here's a knitting rabbit from .

The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes

'The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes', 1911 -- Beatrix Potter. "Every day they made several journeys and picked quantities of nuts. they began to empty the bags into a hole high up in a tree.