The Velveteen Rabbit

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Full titlevelveteen rabbit
Authorwilliams margery
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    [synopsis] => The Velveteen Rabbit is a first children's book and a heart-warming tale by Margery Williams, an English-American author, primarily of popular children's books. It is about a stuffed rabbit who longs to become real, and the magic that makes his dream come true.
	Christmas morning, the room filled with the hustle and bustle of preparation, a rabbit stitched of velveteen sits perched on top of the little boy's stocking. But like most children, the boy is fickle and easily distracted-after Christmas morning, the Velveteen Rabbit is forgotten. Shy and intimidated by the new mechanical toys who sneer at him for being simple, the sawdust-filled rabbit sits quietly at the top of the toy closet, aching to be loved the way he was that wonderful Christmas morning. 
	A beloved classic since it was first published in 1922, it has since been adapted many times for television and film. It is a timeless story about the importance of love, honesty, and friendship.
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    [publisher] => GENERAL PRESS