The Velveteen Rabbit, Or, How Toys Became Real
Illustrated By: Tien
Stock No: WW44980
The Velveteen Rabbit, Or, How Toys Became Real   -     By: Margery Williams
    Illustrated By: Tien

The Velveteen Rabbit, Or, How Toys Became Real

Illustrated By: Tien
Simon & Schuster / 1983 / Hardcover

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This is the story of a little boy and his toy rabbit. The rabbit lived in the cupboard with the other toys. Only the skin horse who had been there for many years was friendly to the rabbit. He explained how the boy's father had loved him for many years and that was how he became real. The little boy started sleeping with his velveteen rabbit and after many hugs and kisses the rabbit becomes real to the youngster.

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Title: The Velveteen Rabbit, Or, How Toys Became Real
By: Margery Williams
Illustrated By: Tien
Format: Hardcover
Vendor: Simon & Schuster
Publication Date: 1983
Dimensions: 11.35 X 8.82 X 0.45 (inches)
Weight: 14 ounces
ISBN: 0671444980
ISBN-13: 9780671444983
Ages: 4-8
Stock No: WW44980

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A story that has held a special place in the hearts of children for generations.

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Lou Fancher and her partner, Steve Johnson, have worked as a creative team for more than twenty-six years, illustrating more than forty-five children’s books, including My Many Colored Days by Dr. Seuss, Maya Angelou’s Amazing Peace, and Margery Williams’s The Velveteen Rabbit, adapted by Lou Fancher. They live with their son in the San Francisco Bay area.

Steve Johnson and his partner, Lou Fancher, have worked as a creative team for more than twenty-six years, illustrating more than forty-five children’s books, including My Many Colored Days by Dr. Seuss, Maya Angelou’s Amazing Peace, and Margery Williams’s The Velveteen Rabbit, adapted by Lou Fancher. They live with their son in the San Francisco Bay area.

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