Synopses & Reviews
This sentimental classic--perfect for any child who's ever thought that maybe, just maybe, his or her toys have feelings--has been charming children since its first publication in 1922.A stuffed toy rabbit comes to life in Margery Williams's timeless tale of the transformative power of love. A wonderful follow-up to The Story of Peter Rabbit which published February 2005, and just in time for spring, comes a new version of the beloved tale of The Velveteen Rabbit for children and adults to cherish. Winsome watercolor paintings by artist Lisa McCue bring fresh appeal to this classic of children's literature. Delicately abridged text preserves the charm and flavor of the original story.
This classic story of a toy bunny that learns what it means to be real, showshow becoming "real" and embracing one's true self can make individuals wiser, healthier, and, best of all, happier. Illustrations.
Beloved childrens classics are old friends. But they can become even more magnificent after makeovers with lush, gorgeous illustrations. This edition by legendary illustrator Don Daily is just such a book. Its stunningly beautiful and full of the pictorial details children love to search over and over looking for new, undiscovered treasures. The story of a precious little stuffed rabbit, his love for a boy, and his journey to become real” is sure to delight toddlers and preschoolers and become a treasured keepsake in every family library.
This beloved children's classic now includes illustrations by Don Daily