Hitty: Her First Hundred Years

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Macmillan Co., 1989 - Antiques & Collectibles - 207 pages
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Hitty's story begins in Maine in the early 1800's where she is transformed from a piece of sturdy mountain ash wood into the valued playmate of a young girl named Phoebe. When the pair joins Phoebe's father on a journey aboard his whaling ship, Hitty's one hundred years of exciting adventure begins and she has many adventures as she travels around the world with different owners.

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Sweet book

User Review  - lainakay - Overstock.com

Purchased this book for my 10year old daughter. The premise sounds charming. We both look forward to reading it. The book itself is looks sweet love the illustrations and the simple attractive cover. Id give it five stars but we havent read it yet! Read full review

Love love love love it!

User Review  - Eliza the Bookseller - Borders

The Newbery Winner of 1929 and still a wonderful story. This book is the "autobiography" of Hitty, the little wooden doll. 'Hitty: Her First Hundred Years' has laughs, adventure and heartwarming ... Read full review

Contents

In Which I Begin My Memoirs
1
In Which I Go Up in the World and Am Glad to Come Down Again
17
In Which I Travel by Land and Sea 80
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