The Tale of Mr. Tod

The Tale of Mr. Tod

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I have made many books about well-behaved people. Now, for a change, I am going to make a story about two disagreeable people, called Tommy Brock and Mr. Tod.

The Tale of Mr. Tod brings back Beatrix Potter's most popular heroes, Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny, in a new adventure that also features two particularly "disagreeable" villains. Fortunately Tommy Brock the badger and Mr. Tod the fox dislike each other so much that when Tommy Brock kidnaps Benjamin's young family, Mr. Tod unwittingly becomes the rabbits' ally.

Publisher: [London] : F. Warne, 1987.
Edition: Original and authorized ed., with new col. reproductions.
ISBN: 9780723247838
0723247838
9780723206057
0723206058
9780723234739
0723234736
Branch Call Number: LPLD880119180632
Characteristics: 83 p. :,ill. (some col.) ;,15 cm.

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debwalker Nov 23, 2010

"I've rediscovered this book because I've been reading it to my daughter. It's fantastically unpleasant, involving, as it does, the kidnapping of baby rabbits with a view to eating them. The rabbits who go to rescue the bunnies at Mr. Tod's sit at the back of the house as the sun goes down with all these unpleasant things, like rabbit skulls, lying around. They're in a dreadful place, in the heart of enemy country. Reading it as an adult is a great treat, but looking back, I see that it started me on all my childhood reading—C.S. Lewis, Alan Garner, Joan Aiken, the people I read with such compulsion."
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