The Velveteen Rabbit

The Velveteen Rabbit

Margery Williams, Gennady Spirin


A toy velveteen rabbit longs to be enjoyed, and he starts off to adventure this whilst a boy adopts him as his favourite toy. however the rabbit wonders approximately "real" after assembly rabbits with ft that pad softly at the flooring and with noses that twitch. He learns that he can’t leap just like the different rabbits and that he smells diversified. It’s in basic terms while a mysterious nursery fairy kisses him that the velveteen rabbit learns eventually what it’s prefer to be real—not simply to the boy, yet to every person. Gennady Spirin’s beguiling ink-and-watercolor illustrations carry new existence to Margery Williams’ vintage textual content, invigorating it with secret and pathos earlier than the rabbit is reworked via the fairy’s magical contact. A historic notice is incorporated.

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