The Velveteen Rabbit & Other Stories Book and Charm (Charming Classics)

The Velveteen Rabbit & Other Stories Book and Charm (Charming Classics)

Language: English

Pages: 128

ISBN: 0061459429

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

When a little boy chooses to play with the Velveteen Rabbit instead of his more expensive toys, the doll learns what it means to be truly Real. Young and old alike will enjoy this collection of time-honored tales, featuring the stuffed bunny and including other favorites such as "Pinocchio," "Thumbelina," "Little Read Riding Hood," and "The Ugly Duckling."

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know it is falling?” asked Goosey Loosey. “Turkey Lurkey told me,” answered Ducky Lucky. “Henny Penny told me,” said Turkey Lurkey. “Chicken Little told me,” said Henny Penny. “A piece of it fell on my head!” said Chicken Little. “Then I will go with you,” said Goosey Loosey. So they ran and ran until they met Foxy Loxy. “My, my. Look at all these plump birds,” he said, licking his lips. “Where is everyone going?” “The sky is falling, and we are going to tell the king,” they all replied

advise you to lay eggs and learn to purr as quickly as possible.” “I think it’s time for me to go,” said the duckling. So the duckling left the cottage and soon found a pond where he could swim and dive. But as winter approached, the air grew colder and colder. The duckling had to swim quickly on the water to keep from freezing, but every night the space on which he swam became smaller and smaller. In the morning, a peasant found the duckling frozen to the ice. He broke the ice and carried the

of rubbish, and carried out to the end of the garden behind the fowl-house. That was a fine place to make a bonfire, only the gardener was too busy just then to attend to it. He had the potatoes to dig and the green peas to gather, but next morning he promised to come quite early and burn the whole lot. That night the Boy slept in a different bedroom, and he had a new bunny to sleep with him. It was a splendid bunny, all white plush with real glass eyes, but the Boy was too excited to care very

tail off and throw it into the fire.” The prince refused to do as Princess Cat requested. He loved her and did not want to harm her. Princess Cat promised the prince that she would not be hurt and that it would please her. Finally, the prince agreed and shut his eyes as he cut off Princess Cat’s tail and threw it into the fire. Lo and behold! Out of the fireplace stepped a beautiful princess with silken hair and sparkling robes. At that instant, an elegant winged lady flew into the room and

years to come. Pinocchio Once upon a time, there was a piece of wood. The old woodcarver, Geppetto, decided to make it into a puppet named Pinocchio. As he carved the eyes, they seemed to look back at him. When he made the mouth, it opened and laughed at him. And when Geppetto carved two legs, the wooden puppet jumped up and ran away! On his journey, Pinocchio came to a house that was empty but for a Talking Cricket. The cricket warned the puppet, “Woe to those boys who rebel against

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