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The Best-Loved Doll
The Best-Loved Doll
Author: Rebecca Caudill
This timeless story of the special relationship between a girl and her doll is told with directness and charm. For a doll contest at a party, a little girl chooses to enter a doll that seems least likely to win a prize.
ISBN-13: 9780805021035
ISBN-10: 0805021035
Publication Date: 9/1992
Pages: 60
Reading Level: Ages 4-8
Rating:
  • Currently 5/5 Stars.
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5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Henry Holth & Co (J)
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette
Members Wishing: 4
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Helpful Score: 1
Betsy is going to a party, and she has been asked to bring just one doll. Prizes will be given to the oldest doll, the best-dressed doll, and the doll who can do the most things. But the invitation says nothing about a prize for the best-loved doll; there is no place for dear Jennifer, with her crooked wig and patched cheeks. Betsy's decision about which doll to take and its result makes a story that will appeal to everyone who has ever had a best-loved doll.
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Betsy is going to a party, and she has been asked to bring just one doll. Prizes will be given to the oldest doll, the best-dressed doll, and the doll who can do the most things. But the invitation says nothing about a prize for the best-loved doll; there is no place for dear Jennifer, with her crooked wig and patched cheeks. Betsy's decision about which doll to take and its result makes a story that will appeal to everyone who has ever had a best-loved doll.
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This is a great book. It is my daughters favorite book. Would suggest to any girl who loves dolls.
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Helpful Score: 1
Betsy is going to a party, and she has been asked to bring just one doll. Prizes will be given to the oldest doll, the best-dressed doll, and the doll who can do the most things. But the invitation says nothing about a prize for the best-loved doll; there is no place for dear Jennifer, with her crooked wig and patched cheeks. Betsy's decision about which doll to take and its result makes a story that will appeal to everyone who has ever had a best-loved doll.
reviewed The Best-Loved Doll on + 34 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Betsy is going to a party, and she has been asked to bring just one doll. Prizes will be given to the oldest doll, the best-dressed doll, and the doll who can do the most things. But the invitation says nothing about a prize for the best-loved doll; there is no place for dear Jennifer, with her crooked wig and patched cheeks. Betsy's decision about which doll to take and its result makes a story that will appeal to everyone who has ever had a best-loved doll.
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