A classic cautionary story by Beatrix Potter, Peter Rabbit warns mischievous young children about the serious outcomes of misbehaving; all while Mrs. Rabbit implores her four furry kiddos to not get into the garden of Mr. McGregor. Well, the impish Peter of course takes this as a wide open invite to make mischief. He immediately finds himself in over his head, and when discovered by farmer McGregor personally, he knows that he is busted. Any sassy child will soon discover that Peter’s journeys is quite familiar. And then they’ll notice in other interesting facts in characters Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cotton-tail: the good brother or sister who continually does the appropriate thing. A truly classic, yet relevant and inspiring book for little ones and parents alike.