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The Most Wonderful Doll in the World (Blue…
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The Most Wonderful Doll in the World (Blue Ribbon Book) (original 1950; udgave 1992)

af Phyllis McGinley (Forfatter)

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The memory of the doll Dulcy lost becomes more wonderful and exaggerated each time she talks about it.
Medlem:KrystiSchey
Titel:The Most Wonderful Doll in the World (Blue Ribbon Book)
Forfattere:Phyllis McGinley (Forfatter)
Info:Scholastic (1992), 61 pages
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The Most Wonderful Doll in the World af Phyllis McGinley (1950)

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Dulcy loves her dolls, but always finds shortcomings in them. There's an accessory or a feature missing that would make it truly wonderful. One day a neighbor is leaving town and gives Dulcy a doll, Angela, to take care of. Dulcy loves her neighbor and so accepts the doll, but notes to herself that the doll's hair is the wrong color. On the way home she sees the gardener burning leaves and runs to join in, losing track of Angela in the process.

The lost doll becomes more beautiful and more expensive and complete with every accoutrement Dulcy can dream of. She bores her family and friends with the tedious details until a surprising revelation puts and end to her fibbing.

The story is sweet and well-meaning. Children should be encouraged to not be liars, but there was something so tiresome about the mother advising her daughter to accept things as they are, the way adults do, and be satisfied. The vintage illustrations make up for the lack of vision in the plot. ( )
  ManWithAnAgenda | Oct 2, 2020 |
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
Dulcy is a 6-year -old- girl who has a large doll collection but is never satisfied with what she does have. She does not appreciate the newest doll she gets until it is gone. As time goes by and Dulcy gets a little older, she imagines the doll to have been greater than it ever was and does not recognize it when she finds it. By reading this story, children can learn to appreciate what they have and to find joy in life. They can also learn to distinguish between what is real and what is imaginary. I am giving this book 5 stars because I appreciate the message so beautifully taught and how the author still manages to tell it in such a way that young children can easily grasp its meaning. I also find the artwork to be brilliant and makes it seem as if the dolls are coming alive. ( )
  CMcGinnis | Jan 30, 2020 |
1950 Caldecott Honor Book and part of the series of Blue Ribbon Books.

A story about a little girl that gets a doll from an older woman who is leaving town for a short time and wants her to have this doll to take care. The girl has many dolls but this one is very special, until she gets side tracked and leaves it in a pile of leaves. She begins to invent stories of her adventures with the doll, but will not share that she has lost the doll till one day after a long winter the doll appears right where she left it. The doll is a little worse for the wear.

Here are a couple of interesting quotes from the book that I found interesting from this dated story.

"We learn to be more satisfied with Things As They Are" As grownups, Dreams are like fire that can warm hearts. ( )
  yvonne.sevignykaiser | Apr 2, 2016 |
Cute! ( )
  njcur | Feb 22, 2014 |
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