The Best-Loved Doll
Book - 1997 J Fiction / Caudill, Rebecca None on shelf No requests on this item
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Originally published: New York: Holt, Rinehart and Wiston, 1962.
For a doll contest at a party, a girl chooses to enter a doll that seems least likely to win a prize.
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A book that you'll always remember submitted by mickplu on July 20, 2016, 4:58pm A young girl is invited to a friend's house and asked to bring her favorite doll. The main character ponders over which of her dolls to bring; the best dressed doll? the oldest doll? the largest doll? She finally settles on the best loved doll, knowing full well that everyone else will bring a doll in better condition. This story emphasizes the true love that a child has for a favorite toy.