Book Review: Squirrel Nutkin by Beatrix Potter

Squirrel Nutkin is obnoxious. He and his brother twinkleberry have many cousins. One day Nutkin, twinklberry and his cousins made little rafts out of twigs and spread out their tails as a sails to get to the owl's island. Each day the squirrels would bring a present to the old owl, Mr. Brown. Nutkin always went along but was very impertinent. At the end of the story Squirrel Nutkin and Mr. Brown get into a fight. Nutkin barely makes it out of there alive but loses his tail. The moral of the story is that being rude will always get you into trouble.

By: Sonja (8)

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