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The Velveteen Rabbit : or, How Toys Become Real, Hardback Book

The Velveteen Rabbit : or, How Toys Become Real Hardback

Illustrated by Sir William Nicholson



A charming tale of self-acceptance, love, loss, and magic, The Velveteen Rabbit is one of the most enduring children's stories in literary history.

'Once you are real you can't become unreal again. It lasts for always.' - Margery Williams

Set in a young boy's nursery, The Velveteen Rabbit captures the imagination, fantasy, and infinite love of childhood. Embark on a journey of unconditional love and self-acceptance with this delightful tale, and join the velveteen rabbit as he learns what it truly means to be Real.

A wonderful tale of growth and inner beauty, Margery Williams' The Velveteen Rabbit was first published in 1922 and is a classic of children's literature. This facsimile edition has been thoughtfully reproduced by Read & Co. Books with great care taken to preserve the magic of the original illustrations by William Nicholson.

This collector's edition is a beautiful keepsake for any child's library, forever serving as a reminder that true value comes from love.


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