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Y
ou
know the old woman
who lived in a shoe?
And had so many children
she didn’t know what to do?
I think
if she lived
in a little shoe-house —
That little old woman
was surely a mouse!
D
iggory
Diggory
Delvet
!
A little old man in black velvet;
He digs and he delves —
You can see for yourselves
The mounds dug by Diggory Delvet.
G
ravy
and potatoes
In a good brown pot —
Put them in the oven,
And serve them very hot!
T
here
once was an amiable
guinea-pig,
Who brushed back his hair
like a periwig —
He
wore a sweet tie,
As blue as the sky —
And
his
whiskers and buttons
were very big.

The
End

FREDERICK WARNE

Published by the Penguin Group

Penguin Books Ltd, Registered Offices: 80 Strand,
London WC2R
0RL, England

Website:
www.peterrabbit.com

First published by Frederick Warne 1917

This electronic edition first published 2010

New reproductions copyright ©Frederick Warne & Co., 2002

Original copyright in text and illustrations ©Frederick Warne & Co., 1917

Frederick Warne & Co. is the owner of all rights, copyrights and trademarks in the Beatrix
Potter character names and illustrations.

All rights reserved

ISBN: 978-0-72-326581-8

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