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5 edition of Here Comes Peter Cottontail found in the catalog.

Here Comes Peter Cottontail

Peter Pan Inc

Here Comes Peter Cottontail

  • 138 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Peter Pan Industries .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Audio - Children"s

  • The Physical Object
    FormatAudio Cassette
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11223320M
    ISBN 100881491543
    ISBN 109780881491548

    However, Irontail steals the eggs and Peter and Bonnie go after him, accidentally leaving Antoine behind. Though Irontail tries all day to deliver eggs with unsuccessful results, he is only able to deliver one egg to a sleeping hobo. Although Peter promises the Colonel that he won't fail, he stays up late partying with his friends. Burgess was not the only author to reuse the name Peter Rabbit, though with the huge popularity of Old Mother West Wind, he became the most known. Sassafras offers Peter the use of his time machine, the Yestermorrowbile Soon after, Peter meets Sassafras, the man who supplies April Valley with the colors and dyes they use from his garden, the Garden of Surprises. Unfortunately, while Peter goes skating with Donna, Irontail finds the eggs and casts an evil spell on them, turning them all green, inside and out.

    I'm equally sure siblings, parents or grandparents will be asked many times over for the story to be read "just one more time. Peter and Antoine are able to chase after the bat and get the eggs back, but the machine is unable to turn back and heads further into the future to Thanksgiving. We've been listening to a grossly out-of-tune version of the song for awhile, due to low batteries. Patrick's Daysince they're the appropriate color. Hetterich on Apr 20, Very cute book that plays the song when you open it, but it only worked a few times and on the second day quit playing the song. Unfortunately, while Peter goes skating with Donna, Irontail finds the eggs and casts an evil spell on them, turning them all green, inside and out.

    Burgess —although the special is not based directly on his books. Burgess by Christie Palmer Lowrance. I tucked it away for next Easter when Jackson Charles can add another board book to his collection. Since then, its popularity has increased, making Peter Cottontail one of the most recognized and beloved Easter characters ever created. But January Q.


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Here Comes Peter Cottontail book

However, Irontail finds the eggs and casts an evil spell on them, turning them all green, inside and out. In the end, Peter, having vowed to never boast again and keep his promises, finally manages to give the green eggs away on St.

Sassafrass, who kindly points out Peter's tendency toward fibbing and boasting, nevertheless offers Peter some magical assistance. Older and more sophisticated viewers may not be as generous. On the Fourth of July, he lies to two boys when he tries to sell his eggs as firecrackers.

Peter then vows to be more responsible and they land in the middle of St.

Here Comes Peter Cottontail

Continue reading Show less Is it any good? The Contest Concludes The green eggs become extremely popular on St.

Easter Cottontail Coloring Book with song (5

Sassafras offers to help Peter by letting him use his Yestermorrowbile, a car with a hot air balloon which can travel to any holiday in the past or the future, to go back and deliver the eggs. Product was a hit! Lots of fun - my children love this book By Amazon Customer on Jul 22, I just purchased this book again because we used it so much the music stopped working - but we sang it ALOT - got our money's worth.

Good quality to the sound, better that one might expect from a book speaker. Harrison Cadywho illustrated Burgess' books, wrote and drew the syndicated Peter Rabbit comic strip from to Very unhappy with value as well as volume, hate to think of a baby using this close to their ears as it is likely to be high enough volume to cause hearing damage.

Too Cute! The song plays once each time the button is pushed, and children and their parents will soon find themselves singing along. However, January Q. My son and daughter have gone through a few since you can not change the battery.

Sometimes thinking too highly of yourself will keep you from working hard enough to achieve your goals. He then goes to April Valley where Colonel Bunny is about to crown Peter the new Chief Easter Bunny and proposes a contest to see who delivers the most eggs and wins in order to be the new Chief Easter Bunny, so the Constitution of April Valley states.

Though he tells his rooster to wake him up at AM, Irontail sneaks into his house and feeds magic bubblegum to it, causing the crows to float so far away that Peter can't hear them, resulting in Peter sleeping through and losing the contest.

Robinson on Nov 18, The illustrations in this book are nice, and my daughter has enjoyed the book for almost a year now, but the music that plays doesn't match up with the number of syllables in the lyrics in a few spots, so you have to crunch some words together to keep up with the music.

On Valentine's DayPeter meets Donna, a lovely girl bunny who immediately takes an interest in one of his Valentine eggs. However, Irontail steals the eggs and Peter and Bonnie go after him, accidentally leaving Antoine behind.

After demanding Irontail return the eggs to Peter, Santa returns the eggs to Peter, though Peter is unable to thank him due to not knowing how to control the Yestermorrowbile. Highly recommend. While Antoine tries to fix the machine, they find out that the rules of the contest, however, don't specifically say the eggs must be delivered on Easter, so Peter begins trying to give his eggs away at other holidays unsuccessfully.

My children love to sing to this book - lot's of fun! Since then, its popularity has increased, making Peter Cottontail one of the most recognized and beloved Easter characters ever created. There, Peter meets Donna, a lovely girl bunny who immediately takes an interest in one of his Valentine eggs.Get this from a library!

Here comes Peter Cottontail!. [Steve Nelson; Jack Rollins; Pamela R Levy] -- "Push the button on the front of the book to hear this classic Easter tune. Children will love singing along to the music, and the colorful illustrations bring Peter Cottontail to life"--Page 4 of.

Dec 06,  · Parents need to know that Here Comes Peter Cottontail is a Rankin-Bass made-for-TV animated Easter story based on the Priscilla and Otto Friedrich novel, "The Easter Bunny That Overslept." This is sweet, tame fare for young children.

A boastful, fibbing, wayward bunny overconfidently competes to become Chief Easter Bunny.3/5. Apr 20,  · “Here Comes Peter Cottontail”, as Rankin/Bass’s first Easter special, ironically becomes just as much a celebration of all the holidays as it does Easter. Having been made when the studio was at its height during the early 70’s, the special is just as much a Reviews: 1.

About Here Comes Peter Cottontail Board Book (Peter Cottontail). Children ages 2 to 5 will love this egg-tra special full-color board book based on the classic Peter Cottontail Claymation TV special from Here Comes Peter Cottontail is a Easter-themed stop-motion animated special produced by Rankin/Bass Productions, based on the novel The Easter Bunny That Overslept by Priscilla and Otto Friedrich.

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