The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit


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The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit by Beatrix Potter was published in 1906.

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K. C. Lee
Golden Story Collector
June 8, 2017

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A Fierce Bad Rabbit




THIS is a fierce bad Rabbit; look at his savage whiskers, and his claws and his turned-up tail.

A Nice Gentle Rabbit




THIS is a nice gentle Rabbit. His mother has given him a carrot.

Would Like Some Carrot



THE bad Rabbit would like some carrot.

He Takes It!




HE doesn't say "Please." He takes it!

He Scratches




AND he scratches the good Rabbit very badly.

The Good Rabbit Creeps Away




THE good Rabbit creeps away, and hides in a hole. It feels sad.

A Man With A Gun




THIS is a man with a gun.

He Sees Something




HE sees something sitting on a bench. He thinks it is a very funny bird!

Behind The Trees




HE comes creeping up behind the trees.

Then He Shoots




AND then he shoots--BANG!

This Is What Happens




THIS is what happens--

This Is All He Finds




BUT this is all he finds on the bench, when he rushes up with his gun.

The Good Rabbit




THE good Rabbit peeps out of its hole,

Sees The Bad Rabbit




AND it sees the bad Rabbit tearing past--without any tail or whiskers!


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