The Tale of Peter Rabbit
The Tale of Peter Rabbit is the children literature novel of famous novelist Beatrix Potter. It was first time published in October 1902 in England. It was published by Frederick Warne & Co. It is really a short novel and just includes 56 pages. This novel was followed by “The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin”.
The story of this novel was written for a 5 years old small boy, Noel Moore. Beatrix Potter write this story for his son. After completion of story, many publishers refused to publish this story at this time Frederick Warne & Co took the responsibility and published this story. He published this book in year 1901 privately. After the publication, this novel got much fame and considered as the best-selling novel of that time. Later, it was translated into more than 36 languages. The NY office of Warne was failed to record any copyrights act of story in the United States of America. So, in 1903, many un-licensed books were published. There were actually no laws and regulations to stop such copyrights so writer face much loss financially.
Story based on rabbits. Rabbits mother was widowed and she warned her children many time not to enter in vegetable garden of the Mr. McGregor. She was very afraid by him because father of rabbits was also killed by this cruel man. Their father entered into the vegetable garden without the permission of Mr. McGregor. Her 3 daughters were very good they quickly agree with her mother that they will never enter into garden without permission. Peter went to garden for stealing blackberries, peter saw Mr. McGregor there and he tries to hide into water, but he failed and Mr. McGregor caught him. Rabbit find any other way to get escape. This all story based on rabbits and their ways how they get escaped.