Yesterday's Doll

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Scholastic, Dec 1, 1989 - Dolls - 125 pages
6 Reviews
While Meg is recovering from rheumatic fever her grandmother gives her the old-fashioned family doll named Jessie, and when Meg falls asleep holding Jessie, she wakes up to discover that she has gone back in time and is now Morag, a girl traveling the Canadian prairies by covered wagon.

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User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

This was a childhood favorite. I'm glad to have revisited such a wonderful story! Read full review

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User Review  - Grace - Goodreads

I was reading this book for the second time in between reading other books for a short break. It's simple language makes it an easy read, but the story is still excellent for children and adults. I very much enjoyed it both times. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
9
Section 3
15
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Cora Taylor was born in Canada, where she earned a B. A. in creative writing and voice, and an M. A. in teaching. Taylor was an editor of the Canadian Children's Book News as well as a writer and artist-in-residence at various institutions. Taylor has been published in Chatelaine, Canadian Living, and the Edmonton Journal. Her works have been broadcasted on the CBC's Alberta Anthology and Booktime. Taylor's novel, The Doll, won the Ruth Schwartz Award. Her other novel, Julie's Secret, was chosen as a White Raven Book by the International Youth Library.

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