Peter Rabbit 
by Beatrix Potter

Peter sneaks into Mr. McGregor's garden to feast on fresh vegetables, ignoring the advice of his mother and the good example set by his siblings, Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cotton-tail. Nearly caught by the rake-wielding gardener, Peter makes a narrow escape but he loses his new jacket and shoes in the process. Exhausted from his adventure, Peter gets a dose of medicinal chamomile tea and is put to bed early, while Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cotton-tail feast on bread, milk, and blackberries for supper.

Enjoy a scene out of this book at the Storyland exhibit and check out the upcoming craft below!


April 18th from 1-2 PM in Room 113, Centennial Library

Hand Painted Carrots – Babies/Toddlers

Make a finger painting of Peter Rabbit’s favorite carrots – without a trip to Mr. McGregor’s garden! No registration required.

Later that day…

Watch out for Peter Rabbit at the Storyland Closing Party!

April 18th from 4:30-6 PM in Room 113, Centennial Library
Peter Rabbit’s Garden Party
– Family/All Ages
Come to the Library for a film screening of Peter Rabbit, complete with carrot-shaped popcorn treats.

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