Beatrix Potter’s career
Jemima Puddle duck, Tom Kitten, and Pigling Bland, all came to life on Hill Top Farm, and brought a striking light to the English Countryside.
As a matter of fact, Beatrix‘s name became well known for her reliable characters, and moving themes, but also for her contribution to the lake District. Her name there is practically synopsis with the
Perhaps the crowning achievement of Beatrix’s career, however, was not children’s books at all, but that of her contributions to the National Trust. It was through Beatrix’s friendship with the founder Canon Rawnsley, who gave Beatrix the encouragement to write Peter Rabbit, which she set out to purchase land to present to the National Trust.
For this was her shining moment to most the English and enjoyed the world over by many tourists, as one of the most beloved spots of the west English landscape.
It is a comforting thought, to think of lying anywhere in the