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BABUSHKA'S DOLL

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

The author of Uncle Vova's Tree (1989) returns again to her heritage: life in the Midwest with her Russian immigrant grandparents. Here, importunate Natasha can't understand why her "Babushka" can't stop working and play with her. As a special treat, Babushka lets Natasha play with her old doll Coming alarmingly to life, the doll is even more demanding than Natasha herself—who, since she isn't "a ... Read full review

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