Children's classic, with the seven original color illustrations. According to Wikipedia: "The Velveteen Rabbit (or How Toys Become Real) is a children's novel written by Margery Williams and illustrated by William Nicholson. It chronicles the story of a stuffed rabbit and his quest to become real through the love of his owner. The book was first published in 1922 and has been republished many times since."
Dieser amerikanische Kinderbuch-Klassiker um den kleinen Samthasen, der durch die Liebe eines Jungen endlich Echt werden möchte, hat seit seiner Erstveröffentlichung 1922 Generationen von großen und kleinen Lesern verzaubert. Die Geschichte wurde 2007 unter die "Teachers ́s Top 100 Books for Children" der National Education Association gewählt. Hier präsentiert als Paralleltext Englisch - Deutsch für Englisch-Lernende. Enthält neben dem zweisprachigen Text auch die rein Englische und rein Deutsche Ausführung.
A soft toy rabbit comes to life because a child loves it. Grades 4-5.
When a little boy chooses to play with the Velveteen Rabbit instead of his more expensive toys, the doll learns what it means to be truly Real. Young and old alike will enjoy this collection of time-honored tales, featuring the stuffed bunny and including other favorites such as "Pinocchio," "Thumbelina," "Little Red Riding Hood," and "The Ugly Duckling."
Thrown out when his owner becomes ill, a toy rabbit who has longed to be real receives his dearest wish. Focuses on the meaning of love.
By the time the Velveteen Rabbit is dirty, worn out, and about to be burned, he has almost given up hope of ever finding the magic called Real.
Real isn't how you are made. It's a thing that happens when a child loves you. More than anything else, the Velevteen Rabbit wants to become real just like the wild rabbits he's seen in the woods. But can the Boy help make the Rabbit's wish come true? First published in 1922, the classic childrens story about a velveteen rabbit on a quest to become real through the love of his owner is brought to life with new illustrations.
Once there was a velveteen rabbit who longed to be Real. He was owned by a boy who loved him more and more every day, even when the rabbit's velveteen coat grew old and shabby and worn. Then one day something magical happened, and the rabbit's wish began to come true...
By the time the velveteen rabbit is dirty, worn out, and about to be burned, he has almost given up hope of ever finding the magic called Real.
Beautiful classical music and simple sound effects help tell the well-known story of “The Velveteen Rabbit.” This favorite children’s classic tale is about a young boy that receives a stuffed, velveteen rabbit as a Christmas present. The Boy loves the rabbit, but after unwrapping the other presents, forgets about the Rabbit completely. The old, wise Skin Horse comforts the Rabbit by telling him not to worry, because the fancier toys will never become “Real.” The Skin Horse explains that “Real,” only happens when a child loves something for a very long, long time. One night, the Boy’s Nanny reaches into the toy cupboard and finds the Rabbit. She gives the Boy the Velveteen Rabbit to sleep with. That night, and for many nights after, the Velveteen Rabbit slept in the Boy’s bed. The Boy talked to the Velveteen Rabbit and they played games together. Find out what happens when the Boy becomes very ill and the doctor suggests that the Rabbit be thrown into the trash to be burned the next day. Will the Velveteen Rabbit ever become “Real?”A positive ending adds interest to this adorable story and encourages a lifelong love for reading.
When a young boy and his toy rabbit go outside to play, their imagination takes them on all sorts of adventures. But then the boy disappears. A storm is rapidly approaching, and the Velveteen Rabbit is all alone under the darkening sky. Will the boy return to find his rabbit before the rain comes?
Retells the adventures of a stuffed rabbit and how the love of a boy turns him into a real rabbit.
Margery Williams's poignant classic about a shabby toy bunny and the little boy who loved him takes on an enchanting new life with the addition of captivating, ready-to-color illustrations by Thea Kliros.
The sequel to one of the most beloved stories of all time follows the tale of the bunny after he has been made real and as he learns another lesson--how to love.