Mrs Tittlemouse was a most terribly tidy

(Mrs Tittlemouse)

Catalogue Number:- Reference Number:- The Bookmark Society Number:-  
not yet allocated Cash-bm0440 1076  

Cash's woven bookmark of Mrs Tittlemouse, and words: Mrs Tittlemouse was a most terribly tidy
 

Words:

 
 
 
 
 
{image of Mrs Tittlemouse stood in her doorway}
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MRS TITTLEMOUSE
was a most terribly
tidy particular little
mouse, always
sweeping and dusting
the soft sandy floors.
 
Beatrix Potter
 
 
 
 
 
 
{image of the mouse with her dustpan}
 
 
Size:
Of bookmark: cm deep by cm wide
Comments:
The Bookmark Society note that during the period 2008 to 2011, CASH'S issued a series of new Beatrix Potter bookmarks.
The bookmark above was one of these, being issued in 2011, with the Bookmark Society attributing catalogue number 1076.

Others in the same series include:

 
file reference No: Bookmark Title:
 
cash-bm0437 And because the Mouse (Miss Moppet)
cash-bm0159 Benjamin suggested that they should (Benjamin Bunny)
cash-bm0489 But round the end of a cucumber frame (Peter Rabbit)
cash-bm0618 But still through the nicks in the shutters (Tailor of Gloucester 2010)
cash-bm0657 " How shall you ever get them out again? " (Timmy Tiptoes)
cash-bm0387 I will get some worms (Jeremy Fisher)
cash-bm0596 Mr Brown paid no attention (Squirrel Nutkin)
cash-bm0438 Mrs Tiggy-Winkle's nose went sniffle,
cash-bm0440 - image above Mrs Tittlemouse was a most terribly tidy
cash-bm0490 Mrs. Tittlemouse, Owl & Peter Rabbit (small images with names) {was: Peter Rabbit (green)}
cash-bm0384 " Quack? " said Jemima Puddle-duck [Jemima Puddleduck]
cash-bm0677 Taylor of Gloucester mouse, Squirrel & Tom Kitten (small images with names) {was: Tom Kitten (green)}
cash-bm0436 The houses were not always empty (Mr Tod)
cash-bm0158 Tiggywinkle, Jemima Puddle-duck & Benjamin Bunny (small images with names) {was: Benjamin & Friends}
cash-bm0312 Two Bad Mice, Jeremy Fisher & Flopsy bunnies (small images with names) {was: Flopsy (green)}
cash-bm0683 With Tom Thumb's assistance she carried (Two Bad Mice)
 


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