Jane Gardam
Through The Dolls' House Door
September 17, 2018 Comments.. 640
Through The Dolls House Door When Mary and her friend Claire were younger they spent many happy times playing with their special dolls and their antique dollhouse The dollhouse was home to Miss Bossy a Dutch doll Cry a sad rag

  • Title: Through The Dolls' House Door
  • Author: Jane Gardam
  • ISBN: 9780744508499
  • Page: 144
  • Format: None
  • When Mary and her friend Claire were younger they spent many happy times playing with their special dolls and their antique dollhouse The dollhouse was home to Miss Bossy, a Dutch doll Cry, a sad rag doll Sigger the girls pretend friend, and other doll friends.Over the years the dolls keep each other company Now Mary and Claire have children of their own No one has pWhen Mary and her friend Claire were younger they spent many happy times playing with their special dolls and their antique dollhouse The dollhouse was home to Miss Bossy, a Dutch doll Cry, a sad rag doll Sigger the girls pretend friend, and other doll friends.Over the years the dolls keep each other company Now Mary and Claire have children of their own No one has played with the dolls for a long time They are worried about Sigger, who has almost disappeared, and can t be saved until children play with the dolls again.Will new children come back in time to save Sigger and look through the dolls house door once again

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    1 Blog on “Through The Dolls' House Door

    1. Myles says:

      Two girls live next door to each other and share their toys, including an antique doll house. The girls grow up and leave their toys behind them, literally. They are packed up and forgotten for decades. The story follows the memories of dolls Miss Bossy and Cry, a Trojan solider, a china cat sugar bowl and an imaginary friend called Sigger, as they pass the long years by sharing stories with each other. Sigger, though, needs human memory to keep her alive and it will soon be too late.What was mo [...]

    2. False says:

      A children's book. Fantasy. The history of a childhood, a dollhouse, and the dolls that inhabit ite abandoned, recovered in adulthood and cherished for ever after.

    3. Dani says:

      Booooring. Who wants to read dialog between dolls. Way too cutesy. But I only got a few pages in, so it might have gotten good. Who knows. But I loved the first two lines.

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