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By Beatrix Potter

ISBN-10: 0723265623

ISBN-13: 9780723265627

This unique, accredited model has been lovingly recreated electronically for the 1st time, with reproductions of Potter's unmistakeable paintings optimised to be used on color units resembling the iPad.

The story of Mrs Tiggy-winkle was once first released in 1905, and is as captivating this present day because it used to be then. It tells the story of a hidden domestic excessive within the hills. it's came upon at some point via a bit lady known as Lucie, who's looking for her lacking pocket handkerchiefs. She knocks at the tiny door, and meets Mrs Tiggy-winkle who does all of the washing and ironing for the neighbouring animals. Lucie spends a stunning day assisting her, and it's simply correct on the finish of the day that she realises Mrs Tiggy-winkle is a hedgehog!

The story of Mrs Tiggy-winkle is quantity six in Beatrix Potter's sequence of 23 little books, the titles of that are as follows:

1 the story of Peter Rabbit

2 the story of Squirrel Nutkin

3 The Tailor of Gloucester

4 the story of Benjamin Bunny

5 the story of 2 undesirable Mice

6 the story of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle

7 the story of Mr. Jeremy Fisher

8 the story of Tom Kitten

9 the story of Jemima Puddle-Duck

10 the story of the Flopsy Bunnies

11 the story of Mrs. Tittlemouse

12 the story of Timmy Tiptoes

13 the story of Johnny Town-Mouse

14 the story of Mr. Tod

15 the story of Pigling Bland

16 the story of Samuel Whiskers

17 the story of The Pie and the Patty-Pan

18 the story of Ginger and Pickles

19 the story of Little Pig Robinson

20 the tale of a Fierce undesirable Rabbit

21 the tale of leave out Moppet

22 Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes

23 Cecily Parsley's Nursery Rhymes

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Turn to 19t. If the total is greaterthan your s(ILL score,tutn to 19o. 67 You grab one of the underwater bridge pillars and cling to it, holding your breath. lf you have not drunk it, turn to 372. 66 After walking down the tunnel for a few minutes, you come to a junction. A white arrow Painted on one wall points west- On the floor you can seewet {ootprints madeby thosewho enteredbeforeyou. I{you wish to head east,turn to 119. 68 You walk down the passageand soon find vourself standingat the edgeofa deep, dark pit.

Your sword has slipped out of your hand and you start to panic If you have a dagger, turn to 294, If you do not have a dagger, tum to 334. 15o Your armourand swold weighyou down, but you just manaBeto land safelyon thefar edgeofthe pit Youwasteno time and headeast Tum to 237. 63 16a You push past the tra/oLePrechaunsand head off norlh, the;oise of jeeringdnd laughterrin8in8in thieving Leprechaunsand set off north again Turn to 29. 162 Removrn8the box lid by the liSht ofthe tunnel, you find an iron key and a large gem.

Add I LUCK point. Turn to 31o. 158 You lift the jug to your lips and take a swig of the liquid It bums so much that you drop the jug and grab your throat in agony. You have swallowed acidl Lose 1 s(rLL point and 4 srAMrNA points, If you are still alive, tuln to 275. 155 The words of her poem flash through your mind: 'When corridor doth water meet, do not make a quick retreat. 'Ofcourse, it is hele that shewants you to dive into the water, Now you must decide what to do, lf you wish to dive into the water, turn to 378.

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