'''Beatrix Potter''' (1866-1943) was a British author, illustrator, natural scientist and conservationist, mainly known for her short {{picture books}} starring various {{Civilized Animal}}s and illustrated with detailed, realistic watercolors. Most of her studies are essentially [[AnAesop Morality Tales]], where young animals are naughty and receive comeuppance. Her animal stories are:

* ''Literature/TheTaleOfPeterRabbit'' (1902)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfSquirrelNutkin'' (1903)
* ''Literature/TheTailorOfGloucester'' (1903)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfBenjaminBunny'' (1904)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfTwoBadMice'' (1904)
* ''The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle'' (1905)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfThePieAndThePattyPan'' (1905)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfMrJeremyFisher'' (1906)
* ''The Story of A Fierce Bad Rabbit'' (1906)
* ''The Story of Miss Moppet'' (1906)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfTomKitten'' (1907)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfJemimaPuddleDuck'' (1908)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfSamuelWhiskers, or The Roly-Poly Pudding'' (1908)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfTheFlopsyBunnies'' (1909)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfGingerAndPickles'' (1909)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfMrsTittlemouse'' (1910)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfTimmyTiptoes'' (1911)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfMrTod'' (1912)
* ''Literature/TheTaleOfPiglingBland'' (1913)
* ''Appley Dapply's Nursery Rhymes'' (1917)
* ''The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse'' (1918)
* ''Cecily Parsley's Nursery Rhymes'' (1922)
* ''The Tale of Little Pig Robinson'' (1930)

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!!The stories of Beatrix Potter contain examples of:
* AlienCatnip: Rabbit-tobacco is lavender.
* AndroclesLion
* AnimalStereotypes
* {{Arcadia}}: Bordering on GhibliHills, depending on whether the animals count as people.
* BunniesForCuteness: Many of her books feature adorable bunnies designed to appeal to small children.
* BullyingADragon: Squirrel Nutkin, with an owl.
* CatsAreMean: Sometimes averted, but often played straight, since many of the protagonists are small animals.
* CivilizedAnimal
* CuriosityKilledTheCast: Or at least endangered.
* FairyTale
* FurIsClothing: Mrs Tiggy-Winkle washes several fur coats.
* GoodOldWays
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: Not cartoons, but often half dressed.
* {{Housewife}}
* HumansAreCthulhu
* MouseWorld:
-->''"For behind the wooden wainscots of all the old houses of Gloucester, there are little mouse staircases and secret trap-doors; and the mice run from house to house through those long narrow passages; they can run all over the town without going into the streets."''
* NuclearFamily
* {{Realism}}
* RiddleMeThis: Squirrel Nutkin.
* RousseauWasRight
* ShownTheirWork: Beatrix Potter was a naturalist and her stories demonstrate keen observation of the appearance and behavior of animals.
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