Peter Quotes

13 of the best book quotes from Peter
“I do not mean that you should be a slave to any king, but only that you should assist them and be useful to them.” “The change of the word,” said he, “does not alter the matter.”
″ One Winter morning Peter woke up and looked out the window. Snow had fallen during the night.”
″ Crunch, crunch, crunch, his feet sank into the snow.”
“Down fell the snow --plop! -- on top of Peter’s head!
″ He told his mother all about his adventures while she took of his wet socks. ”
″ Before he got into bed he looked in his pocket. His pockets was empty. The snowball wasn’t there. He felt very sad. ”
“The snow was still everywhere. New snow was falling!”
“After breakfast he called to his friends from across the hall, and they went out together into the deep, deep snow. ”
″ He walked with his toes pointing out, like this: He walked with his toes pointing in, like this: ”
″ He dragged his feet s-l-o-w-l-y yo make tracks.”
“When no one was looking he picked a few nits off the paper towel. Then he wandered over to Peter and casually fingered a lock of his hair. ‘Mum!’ squealed Peter, ‘Henry’s pulling my hair!‘. ‘Stop it, Henry,’ said Dad. ‘I wasn’t pulling his hair,’ said Henry indignantly. ‘I just wanted to see how clean it was. And it is so lovely and clean,’ added Henry sweetly. ‘I wis my hair was as clean as Peter’s.’ Peter beamed. It wasn’t often that Henry said anything nice to him.
“Pippa and Peter and Gramps and others must make their own way through the conflagration.”
“They camp in some caves that have been fitted out as stables. With the help of Peter they manage to survive and stay hidden while planning their escape.”
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