Note: there are no pictures in the text for Chapters 1, 11, 17 or 40.

Chapter 2 Peter and Jumper Go To School

Chapter 2 Peter and Jumper Go To School

The familiar Cottontail Rabbit whom everybody knows and loves.

This Hare is shown in his summer and winter coat.

Chapter 3 More of Peter’s Long Legged Cousins

Chapter 3 More of Peter’s Long Legged Cousins

Here he is at home with his friends in the far North. Chapter 4 Chatterer and Happy Jack Join

This cousin of Peter Rabbit is a famous swimmer. Chapter 4 Chatterer and Happy Jack Join

No one knows better than he the value of thrift.

His long legs and long ears show him to be a Hare, not a Rabbit.

Chapter 4 Chatterer and Happy Jack Join

Chapter 5 The Squirrels of the Trees

His coat varies from red to gray.

The little rollicking mischief-maker of the Green Forest.

Chapter 6 Striped Chipmunk and his Cousins

Chapter 6 Striped Chipmunk and His Cousins

He has pockets in his cheeks for carrying his food.

He is a true Ground Squirrel and not a Gopher.

Chapter 6 Striped Chipmunk and his Cousins

Chapter 6 Striped Chipmunk and his Cousins

He looks much like the Gray Squirrel but is a true Spermophile.

He does not actually fly for he has no wings.

Chapter 7 Johnny Chuck Joins the Class

Chapter 9 Two Queer Little Haymakers

The familiar Woodchuck is a true Marmot.

He is not a Beaver at all but a Sewellel.

Chapter 8 Whistler and Yap Yap

Chapter 9 Two Queer Little Haymakers

The largest of the Marmots. He lives high up on the mountains of the West.

Also called Cony and Little Chief Hare.

Chapter 8 Whistler and Yap Yap

Chapter 10 Prickly Porky and Grubby Gopher

A social little Marmot who lives on the prairies of the West. An independent fellow with a thousand little spears in his coat.

Chapter 10 Prickly Porky and Grubby Gopher

Chapter 12 A Lumberman and Engineer

The true Gopher and a great pest to farmers.

This shows his wonderful dam and his Chapter 13 A Worker and a Robber Chapter 14 A Trader and a Handsome Fellow

He is not a true Rat but is related to the Pocket Mice. He is the largest of American Rats. Note how his tail is flattened.

Chapter 14 A Trader and a Handsome Fellow

Chapter 15 Two Unlike Little Cousins

This is the Eastern form of this interesting branch of the Rat family.

One of the prettiest members of the Mouse family.