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The Velveteen Rabbit
The Velveteen Rabbit | Margery Williams Bianco
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lele1432
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One of my favorite books as a young child. I'd want my parents to read it to me over and over again and always cried because the Boy and his rabbit were separated lol. Re-read to my youngest. Definitely a children's classic! #TMSkellington #WinterGames #HolidayRead

lele1432 #PopSugarReadingChallenge #PopSugar2019 #Pop19 A book that makes you nostalgic 2d
Crimson613 16pts! oh i've seent his one before but haven't read it 2d
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Readage
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wanderinglynn You can count this for winter games. Either as an impulse read (10pts) or tbr (15pts). 4d
wanderinglynn Ooh, I‘d count this one as holiday too because the rabbit is a Christmas present. 😉 4d
Readage @wanderinglynn Ok. Impulse read it is 😁 4d
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GypsyKat One of my favorites! ❤️ 4d
Readage @GypsyKat I've never read it ❤️ 4d
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Butterflyamore
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I love any opportunity that allows me to talk about the books that meant so much to me as a kid so I could not resist doing the Childhood Book Tag on BookTube: https://youtu.be/60RTI6TBaYg

#booktube #childrenbooks #childhoodreading #favoritebooksasakid #childhoodmemories #booknostalgia #reading #happymemories

EadieB @Butterflyamore - I grew up in the 50's so I really don't remember my parents reading to us. There were 4 kids in my family and I am the 3rd. I had 2 older brothers and 1 younger sister. My dad was a very big reader and he took me to the main branch of the Philadelphia library weekly. He was a big mystery reader and he used to shop at thrift stores in center city Philly and he would bring me home books. I remember reading Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, 3w
EadieB Judy Bolton etc. Beverly Cleary was famous then too. But I did most of my reading on my own. My daughters are probably around your age. Oldest just turned 44 and my younger daughter is 37. My husband and I used to read to them. A sesame street book about the monster stealing the jelly beans was my oldest daughter's favorite because my husband would change his voice and speak like a monster. They read a lot of Judy Blume, Charlotte's Web, Ramona. 3w
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EadieB My oldest daughter is a big reader today but my younger daughter loves to read but has no time as she has 3 small children and she is a veterinarian. She reads to her kids all the time. Her 6 year old is reading a few years ahead. My oldest daughter has an autistic 12 year old and she reads vey well also. She loves to read the names of the stores in the shopping centers in Charlottesville and can tell you what shopping center you need to go to. 3w
EadieB My favorite genre today is still mystery and was influenced by my father buying me mystery books. I like Historical Mystery, Fiction, Memoirs and Biographies and also True Crime. I don't like dog-earring and I do find myself mouthing words which slows done my reading so I try to stop myself from doing that. My oldest daughter when she was 2 was able to tell you the name of the stores from their logos. My husband said I took her shopping too much. 3w
Butterflyamore @EadieB That‘s really interesting that you daughter is a veterinarian. I dreamed of being a vet as a kid but my allergies and asthma prohibited me from pursuing it. It‘s probably all for best because I don‘t even know how vets handle it emotionally. Although my parents were readers, too, I don‘t really remember them reading to us, with the exception of my dad reading The Night Before Christmas on Christmas Eve every year. I was fortunate to have 3w
Butterflyamore @EadieB all of the books and records and records with stories before school and then lots of teachers who read to the class! I did grow to love mysteries pretty early on but I can‘t remember what I read before the age of 12. I do remember Christoper Pike and Lois Duncan being favorites just as I was entering my teen years. I still love a good mystery! Yes, I am close in age to your daughters! Just a year younger than your oldest! 3w
Butterflyamore @EadieB Oh, and I am also from a family of 4 kids. But it was all girls and I am the youngest! 3w
EadieB @Butterflyamore My daughter came home the first time she had to put a cat to sleep and she was crying all night. She said it was so sad. I was really worried if she would continue but she just cries along with the owners. Her fellow vets came to her house to help her put her dog to sleep a few years ago and they all cried together. She put our cat to sleep on our dining room table and took it to work to freeze until it could be cremated. 3w
Butterflyamore @EadieB Just reading this made me teary eyed. When the vet told me Elliot needed to be put to sleep back in September, I could see her angst. Her authentic compassion really meant a lot to me. 3w
EadieB @Butterflyamore Some vets are not as caring but where my daughter works they are adding on to the building as they are getting on average 100 new patients a month. She just went to Florida for a course in acupuncture. (edited) 3w
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ChrisC
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This is a story of a toy rabbit that becomes real because he is loved so much. It is a story of love between a child and his favorite toy. This is traditional literature and won a children‘s choice award. It would be a great book to use for storytelling. This book would be great for elementary schools. #ucflae3414f19

ChrisC A good ELL strategy to use with this book is to do some preview activities to activate prior knowledge. The UDL principle I would focus on is 3.1 activate background knowledge to help make connections. 1mo
DrSpalding This would make a beautiful storytelling and the message in this book is one that students should hear over and over again! Resource? 3d
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nelehelen
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Took this little one with me to bed tonight since it‘s such a perfect bedtime book. A classic that I‘ll read to my future children. 👌🏼🐇

Picture Book: Letter “V”

#BBRC #PictureBooksAtoZ #AtoZ

LibrarianRyan 😁👍🏻❤️ 4mo
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brit91
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This is so true for me! What was your favorite book as a child? My have to be The Velveteen Rabbit and Love You Forever by Robert Munsch and Charlotte's web by E B White.

Scochrane26 My faves were Anne of green gables, Harriet the spy, & the best Christmas pageant ever. I love charlotte‘s web, too, re-read it a couple of yrs ago. (edited) 5mo
TheAromaofBooks Too many to even list!! I did have an especial soft spot for stories where people went out and lived off the land in the wilderness. :-D 5mo
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brit91
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One of my favorite books as a child!😍😘🐇🐇🐇

lover.of.the.classics It is definitely a keeper for the next generation!😍 6mo
marleed Love this quote! And book! 6mo
texasgirl Heart touching ❤️ 6mo
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GypsyKat
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One of my favorite all time children‘s books. 💙

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Butterflyamore
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Hey, let‘s talk about our favorite books throughout life! Check out my latest video and find out all of my favorites since I was a little girl! https://youtu.be/dDb0eGSZ6Ic

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LiterRohde
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"‘It doesn't happen all at once,‘ he said. ‘You become. It takes a long time. Generally, by the time you are Real, most of your hair has been loved off, and your eyes drop out and you get loose in the joints and very shabby. But these things don't matter at all, because once you are Real you can't be ugly, except to people who don't understand.‘”

#QuotsyApr19 | 21: #Ancient

?: Made with Typorama

Paula3 ❤❤❤ 8mo
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KristenDuck
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The Velveteen Rabbit is what comes to mind when I think of rabbits and spring.

Just in case you haven‘t read this yet, a little boy loves his toy rabbit so very much. He sleeps with it every night, plays with it every day, brings it outside with him. This rabbit feels he is real because the boy loves him so.

But then the boy becomes very sick, and after his fever breaks, he is no longer allowed to keep this precious rabbit.

Heartwarming x100!

CrowCAH Ty beanie baby bunny 🐰❤️ 8mo
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JuliaTheBookNerd
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📖 The Velveteen Rabbit
🎥 Who Framed Roger Rabbit
🎶 Little Bunny Foo Foo

#ManicMonday 🐰 @JoScho

JoScho 🐰💗🐰 8mo
Amandajoy I loved Little Bunny Foo Foo as a kid! 8mo
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jmtrivera
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The first book that springs to mind every time I think about #rabbits. Even as a child, I cried.
#SpringIntoReading

vkois88 ❤❤❤ 8mo
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fandom_hellspawn99
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#Rabbits the first thing that came to mind was the velveteen rabbit, god I loved that book. I'm school I even got to travel all the way to Louisville to see it performed as a play!

#SpringIntoReading @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @vkois88

vkois88 ❤❤❤ 8mo
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TheSpineView
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alysonwrites Me too! 🥰🐰 8mo
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Eggs
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I love the many incarnations of Margery Williams‘ cover for VR, especially upper left corner.
#rabbits #springintoreading @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @vkois88

MoonWitch94 One of my best friends used a passage from VR as a reading for her wedding. It was beautiful 8mo
398.2 Love the VR! 8mo
tracey38 I love this! 8mo
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wanderinglynn Such a timeless book! 💜 8mo
Eggs Thanks for your kindness everyone @MoonWitch94 @398.2 @tracey38 @wanderinglynn 8mo
Penny_LiteraryHoarders The audio is marvelous. Narrated by Meryl Streep and music by George Winston. 💕 8mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💗💗💗 8mo
vkois88 That's the one we had 😊 8mo
Eggs @vkois88 🐰💗 8mo
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EadieB
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Day 4 - #rabbits #springintoreading

A timeless classic about the magic of boundless love that's been treasured for generations!

“Once you are Real you can't become unreal again. It lasts for always.”

Here is one of the most classic and beloved children's stories, with the original illustrations from 1922—the ideal gift for baby showers, birthdays, weddings, and holidays throughout the year.


Tonton All the feels! 8mo
BethM This sorry always made me so sad! 8mo
EadieB @BethM I‘m sorry to hear that! 8mo
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa Love this book! 8mo
tracey38 💜💜💜 8mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ❤️❤️❤️ 8mo
vkois88 ❤❤❤ 8mo
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keyleannhawk1
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This is SO sweet!! It makes me very sad to see that they have parted ways, but provides a sense of comfort when we as the audience knows the velveteen rabbit is always watching over his friend.

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keyleannhawk1
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I love this part! The velveteen rabbit at this point feels so lost and alone, but when turned into an actual rabbit the story has definitely brought the fantasy to life!! Although, as we know this is the fantasy aspect because the toy rabbit can‘t actually become real. However, it‘s nice to think so!

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keyleannhawk1
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Published in 2011 and illustrated by Gennady Spirin, this modern fantasy story includes elements of fantasy by using personification and giving this toy rabbit emotions, feelings, and an identity. The author did a great job in incorporating the feeling of being real as well to kind of show that fantasy aspect. However, the expression and voice of the rabbit made it almost believable to be alive! I actually felt sad when the rabbit was tossed away.

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Stephuhhnieee
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Amazing what kind of life lessons we can learn from children‘s books. 💛

*Stumbled across this on Facebook, I do not take any photo credit.

BekaReid Yes!! I've seen these too. Totally love it!! And one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite books. 😊 10mo
Stephuhhnieee @BekaReid 💛💛💛. I was ready to buy it 😂 I wore down my copy of the book as a kid to the point of it falling apart.. It was my favorite ☺️ 10mo
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xicanti
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When I was seven, my parents gave me a Velveteen Rabbit for Christmas. They originally told me he was for my baby cousin, who drooled, and for weeks I paid him mopey visits in the gifts closet until he showed up under the tree for me instead. Ever since then, Bunny's been my favourite thing in the ENTIRE WORLD.

Today I found a brand new Bunny at the thrift store. I'm gonna give him to someone, but I haven't decided who.

BookNAround I love this! My senior quote in my high school yearbook was “When someone really loves you, that‘s when you become real.” Have you read The Velveteen Daughter about Margery Williams‘s daughter? It‘s a really fascinating fictionalization. 12mo
xicanti @BookNAround ooh, I'll look for that. 12mo
GypsyKat So cute! The Velveteen Rabbit was my favorite as a kid! ❤️ 12mo
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QuietlyLaura Your Velveteen Rabbit is so cute! I had one when I was a kid and I loved it! 😍🐰 12mo
xicanti @GypsyKat I read the book over and over, and needed my mum to reassure me no one would ever try to burn MY Bunny. 12mo
xicanti @QuietlyLaura they're the perfect size for kids to cuddle! 12mo
GypsyKat Awe! ❤️❤️❤️ 12mo
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Bookjunkie57
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#ManicMonday #ADayLate #BetterLateThanNever
📚 The Velveteen Rabbit - Ana all time favorite from childhood
🖋 Carrie Vaughn
📺 The Vampire Diaries
🍽 Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

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Butterflyamore
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This was a Christmas gift from one of my sisters over 20 years ago. The Velveteen Rabbit has been my favorite children‘s story since I first heard it at age 5.

Riveted_Reader_Melissa It‘s my favorite too! 12mo
Stephuhhnieee My absolute favorite as a child! I wore that book down to its spine threads! 12mo
DGRachel Yes! I love this story. I still cry every time! 12mo
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Regi_C
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My husband is doing inktober over on his Instagram (nicholassmallnsd), and one of the pieces is this adorable drawing of our one bun in her usual "I'm stuck in a tissue box help me help me!" pose.

PS: if you guys give him a follow it'll make his birthday!

#rabbitsoflitsy #inktober

DivineDiana Love it! Followed! 🐰 14mo
Regi_C @DivineDiana waaaah!! Thank you 💜 14mo
JennyM Very cool 14mo
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JacqMac Done. Everyone should have a great birthday. 🙂 14mo
Regi_C @JacqMac thank you so much! He loved seeing the new followers, and I took him to see Night Vale as well, so I think he had a good birthday :) 14mo
readinginthedark 😆💙 13mo
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bookworm.krizia
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DGRachel I love this book so much! 1y
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bookworm.krizia
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This is one of my absolute favorites. I recently shared this book with my son and I was so glad that be also loved it.

DGRachel I have multiple copies because I love it so much. ❤️ 1y
bookworm.krizia @DGRachel this books has made me cried so much! Along with "Love You Forever" which is taking me forever to find a copy for my son 1y
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beachbookworm7
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Day 24: Favorite Childhood Book #AugInBooks18
Here are some of my favorites as a kid. I also read all of the Junie B. Jones books and The Cul-de-sac Kids series when I was in grade school. What were some of your favorite books as a child?

#lovereading #bookish #booklove #vscocam #totalbooknerd #yabooks #yalit #bookishthings #reader #bookstagramfeature #bookblogger #blogger #bookish #readmore #bookishfeatures #bookphotography #bookworm #bookaholic

hermyknee Your pictures are always so perfect 💛💛💛 1y
Cathythoughts Oohhhh.. The velveteen rabbit 💔💝 1y
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EliNeedsMoreShelves
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Pickpick

Beautiful old copy of this classic, gifted to me by my sister @carolynnrising

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MatchlessMarie
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Don‘t mind me. Just channeling my inner Velveteen Rabbit over here. #enneagram4 #ThisIsMe #GetMovin

eanderson Love it!!! 💕 2y
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AriThomas
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My March book haul!

https://youtu.be/09kHAGsYGWc

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TheKidUpstairs
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Just another #manicmonday 🎶🎶

1. The Velveteen Rabbit
2. A rockstar Barbie set that I got for Christmas one year stands out.
3. For my birthday, my Stepmom would make a mystery menu. Everything was Halloween themed: witches hair with bloody eyeballs, severed fingers, ghost juice. We'd all order what we wanted earlier in the week and then find out what it was on my birthday. She did the same, but Christmas themed, for my little brother.
4. Yes!

JoScho That sounds like such a fun meal. Moms are the best! (edited) 2y
2BR02B You had an awesome stepmom! 2y
SilversReviews What fun. 2y
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Jules7
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One of my all time favorites.

Amabear I love this book!❤️ 2y
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Gezemice
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Emmett and Wild Style are sending huggles.
I hope your evening is better than your day, @TricksyTails 😊🤗
#letsmaketricksysmile #bunniesoflitsy

Sills Adorbs🙂 2y
rabbitprincess ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️🐰🐰 2y
Abby-J I ❤️ both bunnies and LEGO! 2y
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Clare-Dragonfly Awww! ❤️🐰🐰❤️🐰🐰❤️ 2y
Gezemice @Abby-J 👍 Serious nerd points for the name recognition 😉🐰 2y
Gezemice @rabbitprincess @Sills @Clare-Dragonfly 😊🐰🐰 2y
TricksyTails 😍🐰♥️ So adorable! Thank you for brightening my day! 🙏😆💙 2y
Gezemice @TricksyTails You are welcome. I hope your days have been better! 2y
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DivaDiane
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#Sobstory @Elle_Skeldon

The first book to make me cry was the Velveteen Rabbit. Read when I read as 8. First I thought it was so devastating that the rabbit was taken away to be destroyed because the boy had been ill. But then it was so beautiful how the rabbit transformed. I cried buckets of frustration and of joy.

Elle_Skeldon This was definitely a book that provoked mixed emotions. Even though I read it as,a child I think it is equally as powerful as an adult. Thanks for entering! 📚🤓📚 2y
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DivaDiane
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#throwbackreadathon

I would love to be able to join you all on the readathon! And I may read one or two of the picture books or a story or 2 out of the Disney or Richard Scarry collections, but I just don‘t have time! I have been indulging myself with nostalgic books from my childhood since my son (8) was born though. Many of the pictured books are ones I‘ve read to him recently! Looking forward to seeing what you are rereading!

AmyG That Richard Scarry! My son loved his books. 2y
MatchlessMarie You should check out the audio for The Cricket in Times Square narrated by Tony Shalhoub 😍 This is a great stack btw! 2y
callielafleur I forgot about A Cricket in Times Square!!! I need to track down a copy 2y
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DivaDiane @MatchlessMarie @callielafleur I read the first 3 in the series (Cricket in Times Square) to my son last year. He loved them. And they were so much fun to read aloud! 2y
DivaDiane @AmyG so did I. It was probably my fave book@as a kid. 2y
Iblu Always wanted to read the velveteen rabbit! Never read it as I don‘t think got ever translated in Italian!!! And did not know about the Cricket! My 7yrs old probably will like it! So, thanks! (edited) 2y
DivaDiane I read it and then they showed us a short film of it when I was in Grade School, it was so sad and so beautiful. My little sensitive 8 year-old self was so moved. I‘m sure you could read it in English just fine. BTW, mio marito è di Verona! Di dove sei tu? (edited) 2y
Iblu Ahaha!! Lodi, but now I live in Turin with my bilingual Anglo Italian daughter 🤗 2y
DivaDiane @Iblu My son is also bilingual. How old is she? You/she may enjoy a series called Me, Mum and Mystery. It‘s written in Italian, but takes place in England. (edited) 2y
Clwojick I‘m hoping to find time to read 2y
monalyisha I love your choices! Looking forward to rereading some Roald Dahl myself! 2y
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Anneblythe
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Jennick2004
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Watching this movie with my kids...not the cartoon but the live action...tear jerker, box of tissues necessary!

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MadisonFeltis
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A classic TL story about a stuffed rabbit that becomes real from all the love he receives. This story is great to RA because the students love to hear about animals and magic! Use the link below to see classic lesson plans!
http://study.com/academy/lesson/the-velveteen-rabbit-lesson-plan.html
#ucflae3414f17

Jaquessial Awesome book. Read it too my son. Makes me cry every time. I love the idea of making a teddy bear come alive. 2y
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kkidwell
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This picture book told through the perspective of a toy is an excellent example of TL. Margery Williams Bianco and Charles Santore bring this story to life, making it a good choice for a RA. The Velveteen Rabbit defines the word “real” and explains that a toy becomes real from the love of their owner. This timeless classic engages younger students as they make self-to-text connections as they read about a boy and the life of his toys.

kkidwell Link: https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/unit-plans/teaching-content/making-connectio...
This link is a guide to help students discover connections with the text while reading The Velveteen Rabbit.
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kkidwell UDL: 3.2 Highlight patterns, critical features, big ideas, and relationships
ESOL: 4 Link lesson topics to students prior knowledge
ESOL: 8 Use direct instruction: Modeling, explaining, scaffolding, name the strategy and show how to use it
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CatLass007 I grew up watching the original Captain Kangaroo read this story. I love it and I hope new generations of kids can love it too. 2y
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Jaquessial
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The velveteen rabbit, by Margery Williams is a picture book about a stuffed rabbit and his desire to become real, through the love of his owner. Wonderful CF bookhttp://study.com/academy/lesson/the-velveteen-rabbit-lesson-plan.html this site had an idea of brining your own animal doll to class. Thought that was pretty nice for the students. UDL: 7.3, minimize threats and distractions. ESOL: #34, De-emphasize speed and emphasize accuracy of work.

DrSpalding What a neat activity to make a text to world connection and text to self connection by allowing them to bring their animal/dolls to school. This is a classic story that is loved by many!🐇 2y
jvinas2 I love this book! I always think of the show Friends whenever I think about it 😂 awesome activity and great post! 2y
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Gezemice
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I can't believe I have never read this magical children's book before. The writing is delightful, the illustrations wonderful. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Edit: I think I am participating in #litsypartyofone . I did not plan this but I appear to be reading short books this weekend!

GondorGirl One of my favorites! ❤🐇❤ 2y
Gezemice @GondorGirl I see why! 2y
DGRachel I love this book. I‘ve collected several editions over the years. 2y
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Emiller My absolute fav book as a kid!! Such an amazing book 💕 2y
Bklover I loved be this book and that is my favorite quote from it💜 2y
booksandsympathy I loved this book so much when I was little. 💜 2y
Gezemice @Bklover It is a wonderful quote! 2y
Gezemice @DGRachel That's amazing! I think I need my own - mine is from the library. 2y
bitterbear There's a party of one today!!???!!! I guess I've been participating too! 😂😂 2y
bitterbear This book makes me cry... 2y
Gezemice @bitterbear Yes, welcome to the party! And yeah, it can make you cry. But it is also happy. 2y
Riveted_Reader_Melissa One of my favorites! I‘m so glad you liked it! 2y
Gezemice @Riveted_Reader_Melissa I should have known it was one of your faves. 🤗 2y
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Gezemice
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Such a magical #firstsentence.

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ErinC
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I don‘t know if this is actually holiday themed but I read this every Christmas and I even got my own velveteen rabbit in a stocking one year as a kid. Mine is at my parents‘ house so this screenshot will have to do! #giveawayholidays

Cathythoughts The most beautiful book ... 2y
RadicalReader @ErinC I love reading childhood favorites again and again you get such a different perspective when you read books as an adult that you read as a child or a teen 2y
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PurpleyPumpkin Wow, you had an awesome reading month, excellent!👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 2y
Chelsibno @PurpleyPumpkin Thanks! Most of the novels were children's or middle grade novels, so they were quick reads. 2y
[DELETED] 206653737 Great job! Love that little tea mug sticker! 2y
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parasolofdoom
The Velveteen Rabbit | Margery Williams
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We just finished The Velveteen Rabbit. They don't pay tons of attention to being read to yet but they like pretending to read a book again themselves when I'm finished.

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GypsyKat
The Velveteen Rabbit | Margery Williams
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My Birthday week is here! 🎉 For the second day of my birthday week photo challenge, the theme is #Gifts I know I made a gifts post already, but I really wanted to make a picture collage featuring some of my favorite bookish gifts from this past year. And yes, I'm fully aware that I'm a bit spoiled in this area. 😉🎁🎁🎁
#GypsyKatsBirthdayWeek

ReadingRover Happy birthday week!!! 2y
GypsyKat @ReadingRover Thank you! 😊 2y
readinginthedark Wow! What great gifts! 😍 2y
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GypsyKat @readinginthedark Yes, it's been a bookish year for gifts 😊😊😊 2y
CatLass007 I love THE VELVETEEN RABBIT!! 2y
GypsyKat @CatLass007 I do too! The hubs surprised me with the beautiful hardcover book and the stuffed rabbit with it earlier this year. He's the sweetest. 💗🐰 2y
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TheKidUpstairs
The Velveteen Rabbit | Margery Williams
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#childhoodread and read and read and read.

My childhood copy fell apart from so many rereads. When I turned 16, my best friend bought me a beautiful illustrated edition (bottom) for my collection. And I found the top one in a second hand store years ago, it is a reprint with the original illustrations. So now I well be able to pass on a copy to each of my boys.

#riotgrams #raisingreaders