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Beatrix potter and cicely mary barker


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  • 1. Beatrix Potter!&Cicley Mary Barker
  • 2. Beatrix Potter
    Beatrix's childhood could not be described as a happy one.
    Helen Beatrix Potter entered this life on the 28th July 1866
    Number two Bolton Gardens, the Potter's home, was a very sombre place for a little girl even in Victorian times. 
     Her presence was rarely requested outside the Nursery and her solitary life was lonely and restricted.
    She was an only child for the first five years, she was never taken anywhere and she never went to school.
    Helen Beatrix Potter, who was known as Beatrix to distinguish her from her mother
      Her parents, Helen and Rupert Potter, were rich having inherited fortunes from the Lancashire Cotton Industry.   
    Personal vanity was discouraged in the Potter household however Beatrix was subjected to the 'starching and brushing and tying up with ribbons, the lacing of boots and the carrying of muffs'
  • 3. Cicley Mary Barker Facts!
    Birthplace: Croydon, Surrey, England
    Lived: June 28, 1895 - February 16, 1973
    Nationality: English
    Specialty: Children with butterfly wings wearing costumes that matched a particular flower.
    Died: February 16, 1973, age 77
    Fun Facts: She sold her first works of art at age 15, soon after she was offered a life membership in the Croydon Art Society, at 16 she was the youngest person to ever receive this honour.
    Education: As a child she suffered from epilepsy and was home schooled, later she studied at the Croydon School of Art.
  • 4. Why?
    Personally the reason why I have choose to do a Slide on Beatrix potter and cicely Mary barker because they write books about magical things wildlife, countryside and Flowers there all very beautiful and very powerful things to me.
  • 5. A few Books of Beatrix Potters!
    Tom kitten
    Peter Rabbit!
    Mrs Tiggy Winkle!
    Jemima Duck
    Benjamin Bunny!
  • 6. A few of Cicely Mary Barkers Books and pictures!
    Flower Fairy Poems!
    Flower Fairies
  • 7. I hope!
    I hope that you’ve learnt something by watching my slide. I hope you are inspired. And if you have an account, please comment on what you think give me your opinions and comments on how to make my slides better.
  • 8. Enjoy!
    & if you would like to see more of Beatrix potter here is an amazing website to watch here stories come to life and learn abit more about her life, you can also play some games an do some crafts.
    I am afraid that you cannot see any fun websites of Cicely Mary Barker as she hasn't wrote as much books as Beatrix. But you can buy her books online.
    Here is the link: