Classic Children’s Books Make Great Gifts #Giveaway #TheVelveteenRabbit

I love sharing classic stories with my children. The Velveteen Rabbit is probably one of the most beloved children’s books of all time.

When the Velveteen Rabbit first arrives in the nursery, he is snubbed by the other toys. But the Rabbit soon makes friends with the Skin Horse, who explains how toys can become “real” if they are loved enough.

The Velveteen Rabbit longs for this to happen, and one day he finds that he has become the Boy’s very favorite toy. They play together through a long, golden summer, Rabbit becoming shabbier and shabbier as he becomes real to the boy who loves him. The rabbits in the garden think otherwise — how can Rabbit be real when he can’t leap and hop?

When Boy takes ill with scarlet fever and Rabbit must be discarded, a magical fairy appears to transform him into a real, wild rabbit, though her parting words remind him that he was always real to the Boy.

A perfect gift for delivering an old favorite to a new generation, this beautifully illustrated version of Margery Williams’s time-honored tale is the first in a series of Nosy Crow classics. We love this book so much, you will find it on Mommy Ramblings’ 2017 Holiday Gift Guide.

Giveaway:

Candlewick Press is sponsoring a giveaway on Mommy Ramblings. One lucky blog reader will win their own hardcover copy of The Velveteen Rabbit or How Toys Become Real! Thank you to Candlewick Press for the review book and for sponsoring this amazing giveaway on Mommy Ramblings!!! Open to US residents.

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53 Responses to Classic Children’s Books Make Great Gifts #Giveaway #TheVelveteenRabbit

  1. mami2jcn

    The Princess in Black looks good.

  2. Nancy

    I also like their book Make and Play: Christmas.

  3. Leela

    Where’s Waldo? Destination: Everywhere!

  4. Natalie

    Another book I like is The Christmas Fairy!

  5. Carl

    How About Martin Luther King: The Peaceful Warrior. It’s never too early to learn about great Americans. Thanks.

  6. vera wilson

    A Christmas For Bear would be nice to read to children.

  7. Nicole Lancaster

    Another book I like from Candlewick Press is On The Night Of The Shooting Star.

  8. kathy Persons

    A Christmas for Bear

  9. David Basile

    A Day at the Dinosaur Museum

  10. beth

    I’d like The Princess and the Christmas Rescue.

  11. Lauren

    I like the Twelve Days of Christmas book.

  12. Ashley C

    I like the Pick a Pine Tree book

  13. Melissa J

    Wish sounds like a great book.

  14. John Smith

    The Twelve Days Of Christmas looks charming!

  15. Gina Ferrell

    I like the The Wacky Winter Wonderland! book.

  16. Donna Clifford

    The Christmas Fairy

  17. Renee G

    I would love to have The Wacky Winter Wonderland.

  18. Sarah Mathias

    I would really like The Princess in Black.

  19. Vicki Wurgler

    another book that looks cute is Dave’s Cave

  20. Brenda Elsner

    The Nutcracker Mice looks fun!!!

  21. susan smoaks

    i would like to get the wish book.

  22. Angie Ford

    The Nutcracker’s mice looks cute!

  23. Anne Higgins

    The Princess and the Christmas Rescue

  24. Welcome to Country Welcome to Country (Hardback)
    author: Joy Murphy

  25. Ann Marie Walker

    The Wacky Winter Wonderland

  26. Susan Chester

    Fa La La/Tra-la-la looks like an adorable book we would like!

  27. Jaime

    My nephews would love the dinosaur museum book

  28. Dolores Q.

    Gulliver’s Travels: Voyage to Lilliput

  29. Ed

    “Home” by Carson Ellis!

  30. EMMA L HORTON

    THE BOOK Happy
    What makes little owl happiest of all? SOUNDS GOOD.

  31. Hesper Fry

    I also like A Christmas for Bear book.

  32. Julie Hawkins

    I like the a day at the dinosaur museum book.

  33. Lisa

    I would like A World of Information.

  34. Karley Moore

    Elf in the House looks like a really cute book!

  35. kathy pease

    I like How Plants and Trees Work

  36. Carrie Goodin

    Hubble Bubble

  37. jackie

    So much to choose from. So excited to go down memory lane and read the books again with my 6 year old. Love Where’s waldo.

  38. Leah Shumack

    My daughter would love to have the 12 Days of Christmas book!

  39. Donna Clifford

    The Wacky Winterland

  40. jenny

    The Christmas fairy looks like a good book for the kids

  41. buttmuffin

    The Princess in Black looks interesting!

  42. Trina Davidson

    Where’s Waldo? Destination: Everywhere! My kids love this book, too!

  43. Angela Newsome

    Dolls of War looks as if it would be a great educational story!

  44. My twins would enjoy Raymie Nightingale by author: Kate DiCamillo
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  45. Holly Noel Garrigus

    I’d love to get the book The Winter Fox for our precious miracle baby boy!

  46. Eileen Boyce

    The Christmas Fairy looks good.

  47. Jennifer H.

    I would say A Christmas for Bear.

  48. Sand

    Pick a Pine Tree sounds like a good one!

  49. John H.

    A Day at the Dinosaur Museum

  50. Fiona N

    I would love to read “The Twelve Days of Christmas: Panorama Pops” to my son
    Thank You for the chance!

  51. Philip Lawrence

    I would like to read “The Nutcracker Mice” to my grandchild.

  52. Janine H

    The Christmas fairy looks good

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