The Velveteeen Rabbit

Or, How Toys Become Real – By Margery Williams

Author: Margery Williams Illustrator: William Nicholson


A charming tale of self-acceptance, love, loss, and magic, The Velveteen Rabbit is one of the most enduring children’s stories in literary history.

Set in a young boy’s nursery, The Velveteen Rabbit captures the imagination, fantasy, and infinite love of childhood. Embark on a journey of unconditional friendship and self-acceptance with this delightful tale, and join the velveteen rabbit as he learns what it truly means to be Real.

‘Once you are Real you can’t become unreal again. It lasts for always.’
– Margery Williams.

A wonderful tale of growth and inner beauty, Margery Williams’ The Velveteen Rabbit was first published in 1922 and is a classic of children’s literature. This facsimile edition has been thoughtfully reproduced with great care taken to preserve the magic of the original illustrations by William Nicholson.

Published by our friends at Read & Co. Books, this collector’s edition is a beautiful keepsake for any child’s library, forever serving as a reminder that true value comes from love.