Sally Ann on her own

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Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Jun 1, 1992 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 60 pages
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Sally Ann the doll, one of the toys in a day care center, is instrumental in saving the building from the clutches of two greedy crooks. Sally Ann, a spunky rag doll, mobilizes the other toys at Mrs. Foster's day-care center to expose the crooked inspectors attempting to close the school down. The sequels are Sally Ann and the School Show (1992), Sally Ann and the Mystery Picnic (1993), and Nurse Sally Ann (1994).

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SALLY ANN ON HER OWN

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

When her family outgrows their well-loved rag doll, they donate Sally Ann to nice Mrs. Foster's day care center, where she overhears a conversation intimating that the center may have to close ... Read full review

Contents

Sally Ann Arrives
9
Sally Ann Makes a Plan
21
Sally Ann in Action
34
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Sims has illustrated many books for children.