One morning Babbitty was watching their foolishness from the window of her little The story of Babbitty Rabbitty and Her Cackling Stump, as we know, brings. “Babbitty Rabbity and her Cackling Stump” is about a foolish king who decided that he should have the power of magic. He commanded his army to form a. “Babbitty Rabbitty and her Cackling Stump” begins (as good fairy tales often do) long ago and in a faraway land. A greedy and “foolish king” decides that he.

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Retrieved from ” http: He tells Babbitty that she rqbbitty hide in the bush tomorrow, and make it seem as if the King himself can do magic. The King promises it will be done, and erects a statue of her made of gold.

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Posted by Craig Edwards from Telford on September 26, So the King makes a proclamation declaring that witches and wizards are protected and that they must not be harmed.

Archived from the yer on 22 January He issued proclamations throughout his kingdom that he required a teacher with magical ability. The oldest brother resolves a previous qualm by killing the man he quarreled with by use of the wand, but his bragging about his powerful wand ends with him robbed of it and murdered while he is asleep.

The story is about three brothers who, traveling together, reach a treacherous river. Soon, the Muggle teacher demands money and treasures for his services, and he hides all these objects in his small house. This article contains a list of appearances, but currently has few or no notes and references.


He meets that girl the next day. The charlatan blackmailed her into concealing herself inside a bush while the King gave his magical display and to perform the spells for him, without the King’s knowledge.

When Babbitty turned into her Animagus form and hid under a tree, it got chopped in half. The King tries, but Babbitty does nothing, because she knows no magic can raise the dead. While the king and the Muggle are practising, they hear Babbitty laughing hysterically from her cottage.

The stump cackles again, demanding the king never hurt a wizard again, and build a statue of Babbitty on the stump to remind him of his foolishness.

Retrieved 13 August The King promised that he would issue a proclamation at once, protecting wizards and witches of the kingdom and to erect a statue of Babbitty on the stump. By Beedle the Bard. The charlantan performed a few simple tricks, which convinced the King of his magical powers.


Babbitty demands a statue be built of herself, to remind everyone what has been decreed. Just because you’re so narrow-minded you need to have everything shoved under your nose before you—” This article contains a list of appearances, but currently has few or no notes and references. All contents of JKRowling. It is for this reason that he thinks that he could become a wizard by waving a wand and saying a few simple incantations.

Upon doing this, the pot’s ailments are removed one by one and the son’s ordeal finally ends one day when the slipper he received from his father falls out of the pot; he puts the slipper on the pot’s foot and the two walk off into the sunset.


Dumbledore tells us in the notes that it’s surprising for young witches and wizards to learn their moms and dads can’t bring their pets back to life. The desperate charlatan says it is impossible since he needs to leave the kingdom on a long journey, but the now babbtty King threatens to send the Brigade after him.

The crowd begins to laugh, suspecting that the first two spells were just tricks. Sotheby’s printed a forty-eight-page promotional catalogue for the auction. Babbitty Rabbitty and her Cackling Stump The fourth Beedle the Bard tale, Babbity Rabitty and her Cackling Stump, while couched in a story of how Wizards can triumph over foolish or opportunistic Muggles, is really story that teaches young Wizards important information about the limitations of magic, specifically, that magic cannot bring back the dead.

Rowling’s The Tales of Beedle stum; Bard “. The title of this article is conjectural. But when one of the brigade asked if the King could make his dead hound return to life, the King tries in vain. The charlatan attempted to back out by saying he had to go out of town and could not help him, but the King threatened to send the brigade after the charlantan.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. During the performance, the brigade captain asks the rabbittj to bring his dead hound back to life.