Sunday, April 22, 2007

Beatrix Potter liked the little critters.

She liked drawing them.

She liked having a farm where little critters, mice and rabbits and bigger being, cows and horse, hung out.

She liked preserving habitat so the little critters she drew in her book could keep living their lives there.

She was very important in children's literature and in habitat preservation in England.

In the first part of her life she wondered what she was going to do with her life. She like looking and living things and developed a theory about mushrooms that was mocked by the guys who got to decide about theories. Much later she was proved to be correct, but meanwhile, she had not become a professional mycologist, mushroom and fungus expert.

She had become a children's writer. She is the best selling children's writer ever, writing 20 books in 19 years about little animals with great illustrations by her.

The third part of her life she first farmed and then also saved land.

The third