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The Friendship Doll by Kirby Larson
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Jul 13, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: all-time-favourites, marvellous-writing, cool-plots, historical-fiction
Read from July 13 to 14, 2011

About: It tells of the life and experiences of the friendship doll sent from Japan to America, Miss Kanagawa, and how she meets four different girls, each with different stories. Bunny, the mischief-maker, is the first she meets. Then Lois, the dreamer. Then she meets Willie Mae, who, as the book says, not only awakened her heart but also broke it. And Lucy, her truest and most faithful friend.

Pros: The book is very well written. The story is just amazing (it's a Newberry Honor winner, after all!). I can't even describe it! It almost got me emotional! The best part was the ending. A definite must-read.

Cons: I don't really think there were any cons in this book.

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07/13/2011 page 29
07/14/2011 page 149
85.0% "Willie Mae's story is the best so far. Oh my goodness, it's so sad! :("
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