Beatrix Potter's timeless books remain literary classics, and one hundred years after they were written, the tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck and her fateful meeting with the villainous Mr Todd still brings the same pleasure to children all over the world that it gave to its very first reader.
This beautifully made book by our friends at Penguin doesn't look a lot different from the first edition, with lovely illustrations and the wonderful words of Britain's greatest ever children's author still delighting readers, young and old.
This enchanting tale is as fresh and enjoyable today as it ever was - children still love hearing about Jemima's lucky escape from Mr Todd's cooking pot!
This lovely book looks like it has come from a better time and place - the publishers have been really clever in not losing the traditional innocence of Beatrix Potter's story.
Jemima Puddleduck remains one of the most enduring characters in literature - children love it when Mr Todd's devious plan to have Jemima for dinner gets foiled!