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The Velveteen Rabbit

Margery Williams (1881-1944)

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Summary

“What is REAL?” asked the Rabbit one day…Written in 1922, The Velveteen Rabbit, or, How Toys Become Real is the tale of a sweet unassuming toy rabbit who questions what it is to live and to love. It was the first children’s title written by Margery Williams (1881 – 1944), who had previously created only for adults. This story eclipsed all others, to become her most famous work, and an ever adored classic for all ages.

Reviews

Kboo

- Loved it!

I was inspired to read this book after seeing a portrait a section of this book. After reading the comments i think that the one that I heard is a new and improved version. A lady reads one chapter and a young girl reads the next. It’s a great format for this beautifully written children’s book. I highly recommend listening to this book.

My God, this reading is annoying!!!!! I don't know what's wrong with this lady but this was terrible! Do not download! You will rip you ears out!!!

Simone

Lovely book. Reading was annoying to begin with but then the reader settled down and spat the plum out of her mouth, still the voice is very difficult to listen to.

Pauline

- Streamed file is NOT same as download

I thought this download had been replaced with a better version, which you can hear in the streamed version above. However, the audiobook download and the streamed version are two different files, by two different readers. The download is read by Marlo Dianne, and is quite awful. Avoid this download! She reads the entire story in a monotonous, pretentious, unnatural tone that ruins this magical story. I wish the file that is used in the streamed version would be used instead. THAT reader does a much better job.

Pauline

- Pretentious reader

I have always loved this story. However, this particular reader uses a very affected, pretentious-sounding voice that is extremely distracting and annoying.