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***Also averted in at least one stage adaptation, which names him Andrew, and the playwright gives the option to [[GenderFlip gender flip]] him into a girl named Andrea.


''The Velveteen Rabbit'' was adapted into a video recording in 1985 by Random House Video; narrated by Meryl Streep, with music by George Winston. It received a Parents' Choice Award for Multimedia and was a Grammy award nominee. In 1976 it was very loosely adapted into the Creator/RankinBassProductions Holiday Special, ''The First Easter Rabbit,'' in which the rabbit goes on to become the Easter Bunny after becoming real. In 1984 it was part of the "Enchanted Musical Playhouse" series, where Marie Osmond played the part of the Velveteen Rabbit. In 2003 it was also adapted into a clay-animated film by Xyzoo Animation. In 2004, a Japanese adaptation in the form of audiobook + vocal album is released by [[http://canta-per-me.net/discography/velveteen/ Noriko Ogawa and Yuki Kajiura]][[note]][[LightNovel/FateZero Yes]], ''[[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica that]]'' Music/YukiKajiura. [[/note]] Last but not least, in 2009 it was adapted into a HumanFocusedAdaptation film that combined live action with animation.

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''The Velveteen Rabbit'' was adapted into a video recording in 1985 by Random House Video; narrated by Meryl Streep, with music by George Winston. It received a Parents' Choice Award for Multimedia and was a Grammy award nominee. Also released in 1985 were two different animated adaptations made around the same time. The first was produced in Canada by Atkinson Film-Arts and narrated by Christopher Plummer, while the second was produced by Hanna-Barbera's Australia unit and premiered as a ABC Weekend Special. In 1976 it was very loosely adapted into the Creator/RankinBassProductions Holiday Special, ''The First Easter Rabbit,'' in which the rabbit goes on to become the Easter Bunny after becoming real. In 1984 it was part of the "Enchanted Musical Playhouse" series, where Marie Osmond played the part of the Velveteen Rabbit. In 2003 it was also adapted into a clay-animated film by Xyzoo Animation. In 2004, a Japanese adaptation in the form of audiobook + vocal album is released by [[http://canta-per-me.net/discography/velveteen/ Noriko Ogawa and Yuki Kajiura]][[note]][[LightNovel/FateZero Yes]], ''[[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica that]]'' Music/YukiKajiura. [[/note]] Last but not least, in 2009 it was adapted into a HumanFocusedAdaptation film that combined live action with animation.

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* LivingToys: The toys can talk to each other, [[AnimalTalk and to animals]], but aren't able to move around by themselves unless they become Real.


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* SlidingScaleOfLivingToys: Level 0 at the beginning, level 6 at the end.


* LivingToys: The toys can talk to each other, [[AnimalTalk and to animals]], but aren't able to move around by themselves unless they become Real.



* SlidingScaleOfLivingToys: Level 0 at the beginning, level 6 at the end.


''The Velveteen Rabbit'' was adapted into a video recording in 1985 by Random House Video; narrated by Meryl Streep, with music by George Winston. It received a Parents' Choice Award for Multimedia and was a Grammy award nominee. In 1976 it was very loosely adapted into the Creator/RankinBassProductions Holiday Special, ''The First Easter Rabbit,'' in which the rabbit goes on to become the Easter Bunny after becoming real. In 1984 it was part of the "Enchanted Musical Playhouse" series, where Marie Osmond played the part of the Velveteen Rabbit. In 2003 it was also adapted into a clay-animated film by Xyzoo Animation. In 2004, a Japanese adaptation in the form of audiobook + vocal album is released by [[http://canta-per-me.net/discography/velveteen/ Noriko Ogawa and Yuki Kajiura]][[note]][[LightNovel/FateZero Yes]], ''[[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica that]]'' Music/YukiKajiura. Last but not least, in 2009 it was adapted into a HumanFocusedAdaptation film that combined live action with animation. [[/note]]

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''The Velveteen Rabbit'' was adapted into a video recording in 1985 by Random House Video; narrated by Meryl Streep, with music by George Winston. It received a Parents' Choice Award for Multimedia and was a Grammy award nominee. In 1976 it was very loosely adapted into the Creator/RankinBassProductions Holiday Special, ''The First Easter Rabbit,'' in which the rabbit goes on to become the Easter Bunny after becoming real. In 1984 it was part of the "Enchanted Musical Playhouse" series, where Marie Osmond played the part of the Velveteen Rabbit. In 2003 it was also adapted into a clay-animated film by Xyzoo Animation. In 2004, a Japanese adaptation in the form of audiobook + vocal album is released by [[http://canta-per-me.net/discography/velveteen/ Noriko Ogawa and Yuki Kajiura]][[note]][[LightNovel/FateZero Yes]], ''[[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica that]]'' Music/YukiKajiura. [[/note]] Last but not least, in 2009 it was adapted into a HumanFocusedAdaptation film that combined live action with animation. [[/note]]
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''The Velveteen Rabbit'' was adapted into a video recording in 1985 by Random House Video; narrated by Meryl Streep, with music by George Winston. It received a Parents' Choice Award for Multimedia and was a Grammy award nominee. In 1976 it was very loosely adapted into the Creator/RankinBassProductions Holiday Special, ''The First Easter Rabbit,'' in which the rabbit goes on to become the Easter Bunny after becoming real. In 1984 it was part of the "Enchanted Musical Playhouse" series, where Marie Osmond played the part of the Velveteen Rabbit. In 2003 it was also adapted into a clay-animated film by Xyzoo Animation. In 2004, a Japanese adaptation in the form of audiobook + vocal album is released by [[http://canta-per-me.net/discography/velveteen/ Noriko Ogawa and Yuki Kajiura]][[note]][[LightNovel/FateZero Yes]], ''[[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica that]]'' Music/YukiKajiura.[[/note]]

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''The Velveteen Rabbit'' was adapted into a video recording in 1985 by Random House Video; narrated by Meryl Streep, with music by George Winston. It received a Parents' Choice Award for Multimedia and was a Grammy award nominee. In 1976 it was very loosely adapted into the Creator/RankinBassProductions Holiday Special, ''The First Easter Rabbit,'' in which the rabbit goes on to become the Easter Bunny after becoming real. In 1984 it was part of the "Enchanted Musical Playhouse" series, where Marie Osmond played the part of the Velveteen Rabbit. In 2003 it was also adapted into a clay-animated film by Xyzoo Animation. In 2004, a Japanese adaptation in the form of audiobook + vocal album is released by [[http://canta-per-me.net/discography/velveteen/ Noriko Ogawa and Yuki Kajiura]][[note]][[LightNovel/FateZero Yes]], ''[[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica that]]'' Music/YukiKajiura. Last but not least, in 2009 it was adapted into a HumanFocusedAdaptation film that combined live action with animation. [[/note]]



* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:The rabbit becomes a Real rabbit in the end, but is separated from the boy, who is left thinking the rabbit was burned with the rest of his toys. The 2009 movie makes this a tad happier by making Toby aware that the rabbit became Real, but they still end up separated.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:The rabbit becomes a Real rabbit in the end, but is separated from the boy, who is left thinking the rabbit was burned with the rest of his toys. The 2009 movie makes this a tad happier by making Toby aware that the rabbit became Real, but they still end up separated. Averted in ''The First Easter Rabbit'', where [[NamedByTheAdaptation Stuffy]] becomes a talking, human-like Easter Bunny instead of a wild rabbit and happily reunites with [[GenderFlip Glinda]].]]



** Averted in the 2009 movie, which names him Toby.

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** Averted in the 2009 movie, which names him Toby.Toby, and in ''The First Easter Rabbit'', which [[GenderFlip gender flips]] him into a girl named Glinda.


''The Velveteen Rabbit'' was adapted into a video recording in 1985 by Random House Video; narrated by Meryl Streep, with music by George Winston. It received a Parents' Choice Award for Multimedia and was a Grammy award nominee. In 1976 it was very loosely adapted into the Creator/RankinBassProductions Holiday Special, ''The First Easter Rabbit''. In 1984 it was part of the "Enchanted Musical Playhouse" series, where Marie Osmond played the part of the Velveteen Rabbit. In 2003 it was also adapted into a clay-animated film by Xyzoo Animation. In 2004, a Japanese adaptation in the form of audiobook + vocal album is released by [[http://canta-per-me.net/discography/velveteen/ Noriko Ogawa and Yuki Kajiura]][[note]][[LightNovel/FateZero Yes]], ''[[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica that]]'' Music/YukiKajiura.[[/note]]

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''The Velveteen Rabbit'' was adapted into a video recording in 1985 by Random House Video; narrated by Meryl Streep, with music by George Winston. It received a Parents' Choice Award for Multimedia and was a Grammy award nominee. In 1976 it was very loosely adapted into the Creator/RankinBassProductions Holiday Special, ''The First Easter Rabbit''.Rabbit,'' in which the rabbit goes on to become the Easter Bunny after becoming real. In 1984 it was part of the "Enchanted Musical Playhouse" series, where Marie Osmond played the part of the Velveteen Rabbit. In 2003 it was also adapted into a clay-animated film by Xyzoo Animation. In 2004, a Japanese adaptation in the form of audiobook + vocal album is released by [[http://canta-per-me.net/discography/velveteen/ Noriko Ogawa and Yuki Kajiura]][[note]][[LightNovel/FateZero Yes]], ''[[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica that]]'' Music/YukiKajiura.[[/note]]

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* AluminumChristmasTrees: It really was true that almost everything associated with a Scarlet Fever infection was burned. They don't do this anymore.

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''The Velveteen Rabbit or How Toys Become Real'' is a children's novel written by Margery Williams and illustrated by William Nicholson. The story revolves around a stuffed rabbit that wishes to be a real rabbit, and he believes that his dream can be achieved through his owner’s love. The book was first published in 1922 and has been republished many times since.

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''The Velveteen Rabbit or How Toys Become Real'' is a children's novel written by Margery Williams and illustrated by William Nicholson. The story revolves around a stuffed rabbit that wishes rabbit's journey to be a real rabbit, and he believes that his dream can be achieved become "Real" through his owner’s love. The book was first published in 1922 and has been republished many times since.


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''The Velveteen Rabbit'' was adapted into a video recording in 1985 by Random House Video; narrated by Meryl Streep, with music by George Winston. It received a Parents' Choice Award for Multimedia and was a Grammy award nominee. In 1976 it was very loosely adapted into the Creator/RankinBassProductions Holiday Special, ''The First Easter Rabbit''. In 1984 it was part of the "Enchanted Musical Playhouse" series, where Marie Osmond played the part of the Velveteen Rabbit. In 2003 it was also adapted into a clay-animated film by Xyzoo Animation. In 2004, a Japanese adaptation in the form of audiobook + vocal album is released by [[http://canta-per-me.net/discography/velveteen/ Noriko Ogawa and Yuki Kajiura]][[note]][[FateZero Yes]], ''[[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica that]]'' YukiKajiura.[[/note]]

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''The Velveteen Rabbit'' was adapted into a video recording in 1985 by Random House Video; narrated by Meryl Streep, with music by George Winston. It received a Parents' Choice Award for Multimedia and was a Grammy award nominee. In 1976 it was very loosely adapted into the Creator/RankinBassProductions Holiday Special, ''The First Easter Rabbit''. In 1984 it was part of the "Enchanted Musical Playhouse" series, where Marie Osmond played the part of the Velveteen Rabbit. In 2003 it was also adapted into a clay-animated film by Xyzoo Animation. In 2004, a Japanese adaptation in the form of audiobook + vocal album is released by [[http://canta-per-me.net/discography/velveteen/ Noriko Ogawa and Yuki Kajiura]][[note]][[FateZero Kajiura]][[note]][[LightNovel/FateZero Yes]], ''[[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica that]]'' YukiKajiura.Music/YukiKajiura.[[/note]]


* ScienceMarchesOn: Burning the personal effects of scarlet fever patients was common during the 1920s, but it's now known that scarlet fever is very unlikely to be spread that way. Also, the disease has been easily treatable since the 1940s thanks to the discovery of penicillin.


''The Velveteen Rabbit'' was adapted into a video recording in 1985 by Random House Video; narrated by Meryl Streep, with music by George Winston. It received a Parents' Choice Award for Multimedia and was a Grammy award nominee. In 1976 it was very loosely adapted into the RankinBassProductions Holiday Special, ''The First Easter Rabbit''. In 1984 it was part of the "Enchanted Musical Playhouse" series, where Marie Osmond played the part of the Velveteen Rabbit. In 2003 it was also adapted into a clay-animated film by Xyzoo Animation. In 2004, a Japanese adaptation in the form of audiobook + vocal album is released by [[http://canta-per-me.net/discography/velveteen/ Noriko Ogawa and Yuki Kajiura]][[note]][[FateZero Yes]], ''[[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica that]]'' YukiKajiura.[[/note]]

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''The Velveteen Rabbit'' was adapted into a video recording in 1985 by Random House Video; narrated by Meryl Streep, with music by George Winston. It received a Parents' Choice Award for Multimedia and was a Grammy award nominee. In 1976 it was very loosely adapted into the RankinBassProductions Creator/RankinBassProductions Holiday Special, ''The First Easter Rabbit''. In 1984 it was part of the "Enchanted Musical Playhouse" series, where Marie Osmond played the part of the Velveteen Rabbit. In 2003 it was also adapted into a clay-animated film by Xyzoo Animation. In 2004, a Japanese adaptation in the form of audiobook + vocal album is released by [[http://canta-per-me.net/discography/velveteen/ Noriko Ogawa and Yuki Kajiura]][[note]][[FateZero Yes]], ''[[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica that]]'' YukiKajiura.[[/note]]

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