The Doll People

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Scholastic, 2000 - Dolls - 256 pages
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For use in schools and libraries only. A family of porcelain dolls, that has lived in the same house for 100 years, is taken aback when a new family of plastic dolls arrives and doesn't follow The Doll Code of Honor.

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User Review  - jimn - Overstock.com

The Doll People book is terrific.My granddaughter and I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and were very disappointed when it ended.I know you will be as eager as we were to continue reading this delightful series. Mrs. N. Read full review

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This book is so fun and is perfect for girls 8-12 years. Read full review

Contents

Prologue
1
Annabelle Dolls Secret
5
The Mystery of Auntie Sarah
17
Copyright

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Ann Mathews Martin was born on August 12, 1955 in Princeton, New Jersey. She received a degree in elementary education and psychology from Smith College. She worked as a teacher, was an editor of children's books for both Bantam and Scholastic, and then became a full-time writer. She is the author of several series including the Baby-sitters Club series, Baby-Sitters Little Sister series, California Diaries series, and Main Street series. Her other works include Ten Kids No Pets, Here Today, On Christmas Eve, and Rain Reign.

Brian Selznick is a Caldecott-winning author and illustrator of children's books born July 14, 1966 in East Brunswick Township, New Jersey. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design and then worked for three years at Eeyore's Books for Children in Manhattan while working on his first book, The Houdini Box. Selznick received the 2008 Caldecott Medal for The Invention of Hugo Cabret. He also won the Caldecott Honor for The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins in 2002. Additional awards include the Texas Bluebonnet Award, the Rhode Island Children's Book Award, and the Christopher Award. The Invention of Hugo Cabret will be made into a film by director Martin Scorsese to be released in 2011. Other titles by illustrated by Selznick include: Frindle, The Landry News, Lunch Money and Wingwalker.

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