The Fairy Caravan

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The Fairy Caravan
Author Beatrix Potter
Illustrator Beatrix Potter
Country England
Language English
Genre Children's literature
Preceded by Peter Rabbit's Almanac for 1929
Followed by Sister Anne

The Fairy Caravan (OCLC 54274386) is a book written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter. It was first published in 1929. The story follows the adventures of Tuppenny, a young guinea pig who runs away from home to join a travelling circus.

The woods and estate surrounding Graythwaite Hall in the Lake District, Cumbria, which were a favourite walking spot for Wordsworth, were also the backdrop for Potter's story.

The book is described by Margaret Drabble[1] as: '...those later written [1928] for the US....' ; and also: '...of little interest' .

References[edit]

  1. ^ Drabble, Margaret (Editor) (1985 Edition (First edition 1932)). The Oxford Companion to English Literature. Oxford, New York etc: OUP. p. 781. ISBN 0-19-866130-4.