Margery Williams's much-loved classic story of how a boy's love transforms a velveteen rabbit into a real one is made accessible to a new generation in this newly adapted version for younger children. Brilliantly illustrated by the award-winning ...Continua
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The Velveteen Rabbit
As children we often personify our most beloved toys. We have endless conversations with them, we tell them our secrets, we cry into them soaking their fabrics with our childhood tears. Our toys are our first creature comforts. After being weened ...Continua
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What happens to toys once they're abandoned by their little owners, or replaced by newer items? This little story provides a particular explanation about their destiny.The story itself is extremely simple and childish, yet I felt some melancholy at ...Continua
Ha scritto il 26/08/09
"Wasn't I Real before?" asked the little Rabbit.

"You were Real to the Boy," the Fairy said,
"because he loved you. Now you shall be Real to every one."

Ha scritto il 23/09/08
The art of storytelling
The story must be delightful, magical to a child. When I read it again as an adult, I am a child again.
Ha scritto il 09/03/08
The Velveteen Rabbit
The Velveteen Rabbit is a children’s book by Margery Williams which was first published in 1922. It has fascinated many children and adults of all ages since then, among which includes me and my mum.My mum read to me this book when I was very
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