The Tale of Peter Rabbit
by Beatrix Potter Illustrated by David McPhail
Reviewed by S.E. (age 5)
S.E. is a student in Mrs. Kuechle's Kindergarten Class
Peter was a naughty rabbit. He went in his neighbor's garden. He stole his fruits. The farmer found him and was trying to catch him but he didn't. Peter met a cat and finally got away. When he was trying to go, the farmer saw him, but used his clothes for a scarecrow. When he came home, his mother gave him camomile tea. They all ate dinner.
I liked this book because I like rabbits. My favorite part was when he went in the garden because he has a carrot in his hand. Carrots are good for your eyes, I think. The book was colorful.
I think other people would like the book because it's a nice book. People who like books will like it. It has nice colors.
(This review was dictated to Mrs. Kuechle.)