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Beatrix Potter - The Tailor of Glouchester and other Stories album

  • Performer: Beatrix Potter
  • Genre: Audiobooks and files / For children
  • Title: The Tailor of Glouchester and other Stories
  • Style: Audiobook
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  • Rating: 4.2
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This is a calm reading of Beatrix Potter's delightful tale of the Tailor of Gloucester.

The tailor of gloucester by beatrix potter. Author of "The Tale of Peter Rabbit". Published 1903 BY FREDERICK WARNE & CO, INC. The Tailor of Gloucester is a children's book that was written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter. The story is about a tailor who had to complete a waistcoat for the Mayor of Gloucester Wedding on Christmas morning. He release the mice and they scamper away. The tailor falls ill for three days and three nights and are unable to complete the Mayor's waistcoat.

The tailor ofgloucester. Author of"The Tale of Peter Rabbit," etc. I'LL BE AT CHARGES FOR A LOOKING-GLASS, AND ENTERTAIN A SCORE OR TWO OF TAILORS" Richard III. One bitter cold day near Christmastime the tailor began to make a coat-acoat of cherry-coloured corded silk embroidered with pansies and roses,and a cream coloured satin waistcoat-trimmed with gauze and greenworsted chenille-for the Mayor of Gloucester. The tailor worked and worked, and he talked to himself. He measured thesilk, and turned it round and round, and trimmed it into shape with hisshears; the table was all littered with cherry-coloured snippets. But all at once, from the dresser, there came other little noises: Tip tap, tip tap, tip tap tip! "This is passing extraordinary!" said the Tailor of Gloucester, andturned over another tea-cup, which was upside down.

The Tailor Of Glouchester, with fantastic 'new' art from Beatrix Potter's original paintings. The "good" result was that many more children learned about Peter Rabbit and his friends, as well as Bea Potter's unique drawings. The "bad" side was that the illustrations in most of those books were copies of copies of the original printed versions, and even those didn't do justice to Potter's huge drawing talent

Source: Beatrix Potter, The Great Big Treasury of Beatrix Potter. One bitter cold day near Christmastime the tailor began to make a coat (a coat of cherry-colored corded silk embroidered with pansies and roses) and a cream-colored satin waistcoat for the Mayor of Gloucester. The tailor worked and worked, and he talked to himself: No breadth at all, and cut on the cross; it is no breadth at all; tippets for mice and ribbons for mobs! for mice! said the Tailor of Gloucester. When the snowflakes came down against the small leaded window-panes and shut out the light, the tailor had done his day’s work; all the silk and satin lay cut out upon the table.

The Tale Of Benjamin Bunny And Other Stories ‎(LP, Album). Vendre cette version. The Tale Of Peter Rabbit And Other Stories ‎(LP). 2917 038. Beatrix Potter. The Tailor of Glouchester and other Stories ‎(LP).

The Tailor of Gloucester. Beatrix Potter 1903 Narration Marilyn Saklatvala Livrivox. Produced Kenneth Kunz 2. In the time of swords and periwigs (mens wigs ). and full-skirted coats with flowered lappets -(folds or lapels). And out from under tea-cups and from under bowls and basins, stepped other and more little mice, 56. who hopped away down off the dresser. and under the wainscot. 57. The tailor sat down, close to the fire, lamenting: (saying sadly) "One-and-twenty buttonholes of cherry-colored silk! To be finished by noon of Saturday: and this is Tuesday evening.

The Beatrix Potter Society. Nonprofit Organization. Norton's Cafe Bar at The Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham. Religious Organization.

The Tailor of Gloucester book. The Tailor of Gloucester was first published in 1903 and. We found it interesting that the only other illustration we can think of depicting at tailor at work also shows the tailor sitting cross legged on A tailor falls ill before Christmas and cannot finish an important coat for the mayor. Luckily some mice with super sewing skills help in this Christmas version of the elves and the shoemaker.

About book: I enjoyed rereading Beatrix Potter's The Tailor of Glouchester. In this delightful Christmas tale, readers meet a tailor, a cat named Simpkin, and some lovely mice. It begins, "In the time of swords and periwigs and full-skirted coats with flowered lappets-when gentlemen wore ruffles, and gold-laced waistcoats of paduasoy and taffeta-there lived a tailor in Gloucester. It is several days before Christmas. He's working hard to finish a coat and waistcoat for the Mayor of Glouchester

Tracklist

1 The Tailor of Glouchester, TTittlemouse
2 The Tale of Mr. Tod