Highly detailed and in depth biography showing the unconventional life of Beatrix Potter, from artist to businesswoman to farmer.
A brand new book published on Beatrix Potter's life from childhood to adulthood, packed with photos and art reproductions.
Renée Zellweger stars as Beatrix Potter in this 2006 biopic.
15 easy trails for people of all ages across the Lake District, retracing the steps of Potter's characters.
Originally published alongside a Tate exhibition, this is a comprehensive, biographical account of Beatrix Potter's work.
Over 200 colour drawings and paintings including still life and landscapes.
Beatrix's journal covers her teenage years and twenties, covering her personal life and political and social views in the late 19th century.
This book covers Beatrix Potter's scientific interest in natural history and drawing studies of fossils, fungi and more, donated to the Armitt Library.
Examines the inspiration behind Beatrix Potter's successful books, including her childhood illness and upbringing.
The National Trust explores the Lakeland area, where Beatrix Potter owned thousands of acres as farmland and conservation for wildlife.
A new Dorling Kindersley guide with sketches, descriptions and illustrations from the Potter estate's archives.