The Tale of Peter Mink

by Arthur Scott Bailey


Description:  Peter Mink is a sly fellow who doesn’t do a lick of work if he can help it, and instead devises all sorts of ingenious means to avoid honest labor. His wary neighbors must exercise vigilance in order not to be taken advantage of by him. Peter gets himself in trouble, however, when he takes up a collection for a poor neighborhood orphan, creates a coat and hat checking service for a village concert, and bargains for the left hind foot of a rabbit and all that comes with it.


Additional information:

Ages:  ​4-6
Format:  Ebook
Illustrations:  Color
Year published:  2016
ISBN:  978-1-63334-577-5
Genres:  Natural History, Animal Stories

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Table of Contents

1. How Peter Was Different
2. Sawing Wood
3. Making Peter Work
4. The Lecture
5. Passing the Hat
6. Mr. Rabbit Is Worried
7. Peter's Bad Temper
8. At the Garden-Party
9. Helping Jimmy Rabbit
10. What Could Peter Do?

11. The Circus Parade
12. Peter Learns a New Word
13. Good News about Peter
14. Uncle Jerry Helps
15. Peter's New Coat
16. The Duck Pond
17. How To Be Lucky
18. The Bargain
19. Settling a Dispute

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