By Joe Macker
It was through her work that B.Potter extended her friendship to the world. She could re-invent and extend the magical Romantic era of various writers and poets through her beautiful writings that always included various positive shades of love and affection. Her target always used to be the nature with a clear intention of love and respect for the nature.
Beatrix Potter books reached the children generation pretty closely. Children could develop a similar view of the nature in their minds with lots of innovative thinking that Beatrix Potter herself had in mind always.
Some of the distinguished examples of Beatrix Potter Books are ‘The tale of Peter Rabbit’(1901), ‘The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin’(1903), ‘The Tale of Benjamin Bunny’(1904), ‘The Tale of Timmy Tiptoes’(1911).The environment in which B.Potter grew had a huge impact on her style of writing. Beatrix Potter grew up in an entirely different environment that inspired her to love nature. She had spent a large part of her childhood without any friends so the lack of human companionship was replaced by a huge assortment of pets. Moreover as she was from a well to do family, most of her summers were spent living in the wild Scottish countryside. This further enhanced her positive perception of nature. B.Potter was known to sketch a variety of animals she observed in the countryside as well as some of her pets.
Beatrix Potter was also an expert sketcher who could draw pictures of animals and pets of her own beautiful world. People found the nature’s woodland to be good and refreshing after reading Beatrix Potter books. As she was inspired by Aesop fables, all of her stories had moral values that proved to a good source of knowledge for the readers. She could prove her stance among many of the contemporary writers and gained international recognition for her outstanding works.
Her books gained international bestseller appreciations. Interestingly, the release of her first book The Tale of Peter Rabbit with Frederick Warne & Co publication was a great success and a remarkable achievement with 28,000 copies of that book in total.
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