The Table of THE GREEDY FOX
-What do we want today?
-A carrot ? A turnip?
-Maybe not the cat,Peter.
- look at those yummy cucumbers!
Bah, my favorite jacket
Mr. Tod, can we have our fishing rod back,please?
Of course, my dear boy.. After all, why onearth would I want to go fishing where你I惨have rabbitfor dinner
Hey, give hime back, Mr Tod. Give me backmy friend.
Luly, what are you doing? Come on!
You’ll slip up one of these days, peterrabbit
Huh, crab apples.
Nice one lily.
Do you think we lost him?
Aw, poor Benjamin, you need a big hug
I rather have a big cucumber
Or how about… oat cakes
What are they doing out here?
Waiting to be eaten
Hey, we can’t just take them
If we don’t, someone else will
Oh, my tummy
Someone must have eaten them! Imagine, haveyou seen them? Have you? Have you? Whatever has happened to my freshly bakedoat cakes
What oat cakes, mrs. Puddle-duck
Onlu the sweetest, crumbliest oat-cakiestoat cakes I ever did bake. They must have fallen out of my basket on the way tothe river.
Oh someone did eat them! Imagine,
Yes, imagine, eating someone else’s oatcakes
Mr.Tod took them
Oh, my, Oh deary, me, oh, my. Well, thereis only one tjhing to be done.I should have words with that thieving fox, rightaway!
I though we were in trouble there for sure.
Jemima puddle-duck’s the one in trouble.She’s heading to Mr. Tod’s. And Foxed eat ducks. Yeah, this is bad, very bad.
I didn’t think she’d go looking for him. We’vegot to stop her
Stealing my oat cakes. The cheek. I’m goingto give that fox a piece of my mind
I say, stop making this infernalhullabaloo, eoo, and what do we have here?
I will make a hullaba-what’s-it, Mr Tod.You ate my oat cakes without asking
Oat cakes, too plain for me. I’m more of ameat eater.
Now, It’s no useteliing fibs, mr, To
But my dear jemima, to have one’s preciousoat cakes stolen. Must be exceedingly distressing
Oh, it is. Exceedingly, Aly.
Soplease, let me cook you a brand-new batch. It’s the very least I can do forsuch a fair lady
Oh, well, you are a gentleman. And here Iwas thinking you were a no-goodnick. What a silly
Mr. tod is lying. He’s not going to cookoat cakes, he’s going to cook jamima.
Now, if we can help him. Come on
Oh, dear. I’m such a butter wings
Nonsense, besides for such an honoredguest, we should only use my largest cooking pot. Ah here we are. My recipe forroast duck
My, this pit is enormous. I could fit inthere myself
You don’t say
Mrs. Puddle duck
I need to get higher
Benjamin, stop moving
It’s no good
If we can’t get mrs puddle-duck out. Thenwe just have to go in
What, no, peter
Vegetables? I never make oat cakes withvegetables before
Oh, don’t you. I mean don’t they lookdelicious?
（英语：Peter Rabbit）是一个虚构的图画小说拟人角色，他的作者是英国女性作家暨插画家碧雅翠丝·波特（Helen Beatrix Potter）。比得兔最早出现在1902年所出版的童书：《比得兔的故事》（The Tale of Peter Rabbit），之后，碧雅翠丝·波特又陆续出版五本和比得兔有关的童书。(Peter Rabbit已经正名为比得兔。）