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Miffy ("Nijntje") is a small female rabbit in a series of picture books drawn and written by Dutch artist Dick Bruna. The original Dutch name, Nijntje, means "little rabbit". The first Miffy book was produced in 1955, and almost 30 others have followed. In total they have sold over 85 million copies, and inspired a television series as well as items such as clothes and toys featuring the character. #greetingsfromnl

Miffy ("Nijntje") is a small female rabbit in a series of picture books drawn and written by Dutch artist Dick Bruna. The original Dutch name, Nijntje, means "little rabbit". The first Miffy book was produced in

miffy

Miffy (Dutch: Nijntje, pronounced [ˈnɛɪ̯ntʲə]) is a small female rabbit in a…

Miffy

To Miffy they weren’t simple shapes. They were beings not made necessarily for use they were. The act of enabling them to exist gave them new endless wealth.

dick bruna

Dick Bruna (Pay Bas), The Fish, 1962 (un livre parmi les 120 qu'il a écrit et illustrés)

Miffy

Miffy felt a touch of jealousy as she realised even amongst the ducks she still felt like the ugly odd one out.

Miffy - Dick Bruna

Miffy was created in 1955 by Dick Bruna who had been telling his one-year-old son stories about a little rabbit they had seen while on holiday. Miffy became a girl because Bruna decided he wanted to draw a dress and.

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