The Velveteen Rabbit Paperback
Being Real means Being Loved
by Margery Williams;
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The Velveteen Rabbit
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"There was once a velveteen rabbit, and in the beginning he was really splendid." "Real" is a magical word to the Velveteen Rabbit -- he doesn't know quite what it means. But the Skin Horse, who is old and wise, knows, and he shares the secret: Being Real means being loved.
Margery Williams's classic story of how a boy's love transforms a velveteen rabbit into a real one has resonated in the hearts of children for decades. Now Lou Fancher has adapted this storybook for a younger audience, and it has been brilliantly illustrated by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher. Here is a feast for both eye and ear -- the perfect book for any child who cherishes a stuffed animal.
The Velveteen Rabbit: "one of the most beloved of bunnies, as he celebrates his 75th anniversary! This special edition, complete with the original story and artwork as they appeared in 1922, remains a timeless classic in children's literature with over 1.5 million copies in print. Ever since its first publication, this wondrous tale of the velveteen rabbit has delighted readers of all ages with its story of wisdom and love.
Few other children's books so beautifully capture the spiritual meaning of Easter as does this simple tale of transformation and redemption through a child's unwavering love.
The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams was published by IDEAL BOOKS AND GUIDEPOSTS in February 2006 and is our 23631st best seller. The ISBN for The Velveteen Rabbit is 9780824955304.
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Details for The Velveteen Rabbit
|Page last updated||22nd April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Margery Williams|
|Publisher||IDEAL BOOKS AND GUIDEPOSTS (February 2006)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 3 years up to 7 years|
|Number of Pages||32|