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By Beatrix Potter

ISBN-10: 0723247919

ISBN-13: 9780723247913

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 akin to the iPad.

Beatrix Potter accrued fabric for a booklet of rhymes over decades. In 1917, whilst her writer used to be in monetary problems and wanted her support, she steered that Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes will be introduced out fast, utilizing her present selection of rhymes and drawings. the truth that the illustrations have been painted at various occasions explains why the fashion sometimes varies.

Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes is quantity 22 in Beatrix Potter's sequence of 23 little books.

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They stay safe in different ways. Some rainforest animals live high in the trees to stay safe. Animals that live on the forest floor cannot reach the animals in the trees. This sloth lives high in a tree. 28 Hard to see These moths have brown bodies. Their bodies are shaped like leaves. There are brown leaves on the forest floor. The moths are safe because they look like the leaves. Other animals may not notice the moths on the forest floor. 29 Making homes Some animals make homes in the Amazon rain forest.

There are brown leaves on the forest floor. The moths are safe because they look like the leaves. Other animals may not notice the moths on the forest floor. 29 Making homes Some animals make homes in the Amazon rain forest. They stay safe inside their homes. These ants made a home under the ground. They are carrying small pieces of leaves into their home. 30 Nests in trees Rainforest birds make homes called nests. They make nests in the trees. They use plant parts to make their nests. These jabiru storks made a nest in a tall tree.

This sloth lives high in a tree. 28 Hard to see These moths have brown bodies. Their bodies are shaped like leaves. There are brown leaves on the forest floor. The moths are safe because they look like the leaves. Other animals may not notice the moths on the forest floor. 29 Making homes Some animals make homes in the Amazon rain forest. They stay safe inside their homes. These ants made a home under the ground. They are carrying small pieces of leaves into their home. 30 Nests in trees Rainforest birds make homes called nests.

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