One of Quentin Blake’s new illustrations for The Tale of Kitty-in-Boots. (thebookseller)
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A story by children's author Beatrix Potter, written more than a century ago, is to be published for the first time after the rediscovery of the tale which features some of her best-known characters such as Peter Rabbit."The Tale of Kitty-in-Boots," penned by Potter in 1914, was found by publisher Jo Hanks after she came across an out-of-print biography of the author from the 1970s which referred to the story in a letter Potter had sent to her then-publisher and an unedited manuscript.Potter, born 150 years ago, remains one of the world's most popular children's authors.
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