The Grandmother Doll
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The Grandmother Doll

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Katy is having one of those days, and so is her mother. Katy has the flu, she can't go outside and she is hot, achy, and angry. Each time Katy goes to her room, she slams the door. Hard.

Inside her room Katy is grumping about, complaining, when, out of the blue, a voice pipes up. Speaking to her is the Grandmother Doll, which belonged to Katy's mother years ago.

When Katy co...more
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Published March 3rd 2001 by Annick Press (first published August 1st 1993)
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Finally, a little dysfunction!! With all the stomps, sneers and slams you would expect on the third day of influenza-induced confinement, the candor of this warm, magical story is a rare and welcome treat.

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