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Full text of "The tale of Tom Kitten"

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THE TALE OF 

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Based on the original .art and story by 

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nee there were three kittens — 
Mittens, Tom Kitten, and Moppet. One 
day their mother, Mrs. Tabitha Twitchit, 
was expecting company. She scrubbed 
the kittens 1 faces, brushed their fur, and 
dressed them in their best clothes. 



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She then sent the kittens outside, 
saying, "Keep your clothes clean!" But 
Mittens and Moppet got their pinafores 
dirty and Tom lost his buttons. When 
they climbed the garden wall, their 
clothes fell off completely! 








Just then three Puddle-Ducks 
marched by. They picked up 
the kittens' clothes and put 
them on. How the kittens 
laughed to see the ducks 
dressed in their clothes! 










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But when Mrs. Twitchit found her 
kittens without their clothes, she 
was very angry. She sent them 
upstairs and told her guests that the 
kittens were sick. 





In their room, Mittens, Tom Kitten, and 
Moppet played and chased each other, 
The guests downstairs wondered how 
sick kittens could make so much noise ~ 




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As for the Puddle-Ducks - they 
went swimming in a pond. But 
their new clothes came off, because 
there were no buttons. And the 
Puddle-Ducks have been looking for 
them ever since. 





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The Tale of Tom Kitten 



The much-loved tale about playful Tom Kitten 

and his sisters is charmingly retold and brought 

to life with exciting pop-up illustrations. 




Other Classic Pop-Up Tales 

The Tale of Peter Rabbit 
The Tale of Benjamin Bunny 



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Ottenheimer Publishers, Inc., under license from 

Frederick Warne & Co. 

© 1994 Frederick Warne & Co. 

All rights reserved. PU-087C 

Abridged by Marian Hoffman. 

Paper engineering by Bruce Foster. 

Frederick Warne & Co. is the owner of all 

copyrights and trademarks in the Beatrix Potter 

character names and illustrations. 

DreamHouse is a trademark of 

Ottenheimer Publishers, Inc. 

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