What a Doll!
Scholastic Library Publishing, 1996 - 32 pages
By exploring and comparing everyday objects and rituals, this series helps young readers understand the similarities and differences that exist among societies. These visually appealing and multicultural books are uniquely informative and fun, too. Includes index.Dolls are miniature versions of who we are. What kind of personality do they have? What might they be used for? Explore the similarities and differences among dolls from all over the world.
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