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The Best-Loved Doll

The Best-Loved Doll
  • Author: Rebecca Caudill
  • Publisher: Macmillan
  • ISBN: 0805054677
  • Page: 64
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For a doll contest at a party, a little girl chooses to enter a doll that seems least likely to win a prize.

For a doll contest at a party, a little girl chooses to enter a doll that seems least likely to win a prize.


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