Check out my The Velveteen Rabbit book summary and review that I created to help you understand the basics of this great book. The Velvetin Rabbit: A British children's book written by Marjorie Williams (also known as Mercury Williams Bianco) and illustrated by William Nicholson. It tells the story of a stuffed rabbit's desire to become real through the love of its owner. The book was first published in 1922 and has been reprinted many times since.

The Velveteen Rabbit
The Velvetine Rabbit was Williams' first children's book. It has been awarded the IRA / CBC Children's Choice Award. Based on an online poll in 2007, the National Education Association voted # 28 for the book "100 Best Teachers' Books for Children.

The Velveteen Rabbit book summary :

A stuffed rabbit sewn from velvetine is given to a little boy as a Christmas gift. The boy plays with his other new gifts and forgets the velvet rabbit for a while. These gifts are modern and mechanical, and they tear up the old-fashioned velvet rabbit.

The most intelligent and oldest toy in the nursery, Skin Horse, owned by the boy's uncle, tells the rabbit that the toys are magically becoming real because of the children's love: "The real thing is not how you are made ... it's a thing.

It happens to you. When a child loves you for a long, long time, not just for play, but really loves you, you become real. The rabbit is amazed at this idea; However, his chances of fulfilling this wish are slim.

One night, the boy's nanny let the rabbit sleep in the place of a lost toy. The rabbit became the boy's favorite toy, enjoying a picnic with him in the spring, and the boy thought the rabbit was real.

Time passes and the rabbit becomes more disgusted, but happy. It meets some real rabbits in the summer, and they learn that the velvet rabbit can't jump like them and they say it's not a real rabbit.

One day, the boy comes down with a red fever, and as soon as he recovers, the rabbit sits with him. The doctor ordered the boy to be taken to the beach and his house disinfected - all his books and toys were burned, including the velvet rabbit.

The rabbit is kept in a sack and left in the garden overnight, where she reflects on the sadness of her life with her son. The toy rabbit cries, a real tear falls to the ground and a great flower appears.

A fairy emerges from the flower and comforts the velvetine rabbit, introducing herself as the nursery magic fairy. She says that because she has become real to the boy who truly loves her, she will take him with her and make [him] a reality to everyone.

The fairy takes the rabbit to the forest, where she meets the other rabbits and gives the velvet rabbit a kiss. Velvetin rabbits transform into a real rabbit and join other rabbits in the forest. The next spring the rabbit returns to see the boy, and the boy bears a resemblance to his old velvetine rabbit and enjoys seeing the rabbit in the forest.

The Velveteen Rabbit book review :

"The Velvetine Rabbit" is Rabbit Years' first classic story based on the popular story of Marjorie Williams and it is about a toy rabbit learning the true meaning of being real. "The Velvetine Rabbit" is an instant classic that children will watch over and over again, with Meryl Streep's gentle narration, George Winston's soft music, and David Jorgensen's beautiful illustrations.

 What makes this video truly memorable is the gentle and soothing description of Meryl Streep. Meryl Streep narrates the story in a beautiful and gentle tone, giving the story a very subtle mood that many children will be fascinated by. Meryl Streep has also done a brilliant job in expressing the different emotions of each character’s experience throughout the story.

The scene that I think Meryl Streep's description stands out most is the scene where the real rabbit tells the velvetine rabbit that he is not real and the velvetine rabbit starts to cry and Meryl Streep actually seems to be crying in this scene which really brings out the reality of the situation in this scene. Caught.

George Winston's piano solo music is very beautiful and catchy, because his music is happy and sad depending on the scene. The scene where I think George Winston's musical ability was really brilliant was the scene where a real rabbit was dancing in front of the velvetine rabbit and George Winston was playing the piano in such a dramatic and fast paced tune that I love myself every second.

 Of that scene. The main highlight of the video is the pictures of David Jorgensen because they are so beautiful and impressive. David Jorgensen makes all the characters look extremely realistic, which gives the story a sense of reality and the images that stood out to me the most were pictures of real rabbits because they look realistic and beautiful.

"The Velvetin Rabbit" is a beautiful story about the importance of true love and children will easily relate to this story because they will feel sympathy for the Velvetin rabbit who is trying to find the true meaning of being real. I would recommend this book to children five years of age or older because young children may be upset because velvet rabbits get upset when they realize they are not like other real rabbits.

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