20 Of The Best Children Books To Re-Read As An Adult
The Velveteen Rabbit
Although we may not love ourselves this way, parents learn to embrace their kids just as wholeheartedly as the boy does his rabbit; even treasuring imperfections. This 1922 tale by Margery William Biancoâ€™s tale is a mini master class in acceptance. The book is filled with precious thoughtful quotes, wisdom, and depth as it chronicles the story of the rabbitâ€™s desire to actually become real through the love of the young boy. The story of longing to be something and the tough rood it takes to get there speaks volumes of our own stories. We should all take a page out of this book and love a little louder so that we can truly become our authentic selves.