The Velveteen Rabbit; Or, How Toys Become Real

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WENTWORTH Press, Aug 27, 2016 - History - 58 pages
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Classic children's story that many adults find meaningful. First written in 1922. The velveteen rabbit was given to a boy as a Christmas gift and soon begins to engage in talk about what it means to ... Read full review

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User Review  - cyderry - LibraryThing

What a lovely little book which tells of how a loved stuffed rabbit becomes "real" just because a child believes. I have several stuffed animals that I too believe are "real". They are my companions on quiet days and enjoy reading with me. Read full review

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