• Books The Original Velveteen Rabbit (Paperback)

Books The Original Velveteen Rabbit (Paperback)


"Who says stuffed toys don’t have feelings? "

"He didn't mind how he looked to other people, because the nursery magic had made him Real, and when you are Real shabbiness doesn't matter."

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the classic nursery story, The Velveteen Rabbit, with this enchanting new edition. Authored by Margery Williams and adorned with original two-color drawings by William Nicholson, this revised and updated version continues to captivate young hearts with its poignant narrative.


  • Centenary Celebration: Join the celebration of a century of storytelling as The Velveteen Rabbit marks 100 years since its initial publication. This enduring tale stands as one of the most cherished children's books of all time.

  • Heartwarming Story: Experience the touching journey of a child and his toy, beautifully illustrated with original two-color drawings. The narrative remains as relevant and heartwarming today as it was upon its first release.

  • Positive Messages: Explore the tale of a stuffed rabbit determined to prove that love from a child is the key to being 'real.' This heartwarming story imparts positive messages about friendship and the transformative power of love.

  • Nursery Wisdom: Venture into the nursery, where only the toys that are old and wise truly comprehend the meaning of being Real. The Velveteen Rabbit seeks guidance from the knowledgeable Skin Horse, initiating a poignant journey towards becoming real through the love of a child.


About the Author: Margery Williams, born in London in 1881, crafted The Velveteen Rabbit as the first and most renowned among her thirty children's books. Her timeless storytelling continues to enchant generations of readers.

About the Illustrator: William Nicholson, born in 1872, stands as one of England's most prestigious still-life and portrait painters. His artistic contributions extend to children's books, including the beloved Clever Bill, also available in this new hardback edition from Egmont.

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