The Christmas Doll

The Christmas Doll

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In a heartwarming novel that is destined to become a Christmas classic, acclaimed author Elvira Woodruff tells the story of two orphaned sisters whose lives are forever changed by a magical doll.

Lucy and Glory are orphaned sisters with no real place to call home. Only their memories of a beautiful doll named Morning Glory brighten their bleak lives. When a deadly fever sweeps through the workhouse where the girls live, Lucy and Glory flee to the mean streets of London.
One day the girls find an old battered doll that Glory senses is their beloved Morning Glory. But Morning Glory is no ordinary doll--the girls learn that she has magical powers that will change their lives in amazing ways.. With the help of the doll, the sisters discover the true meaning of the Christmas spirit.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Scholastic Inc., c2000
ISBN: 9780590318792
Branch Call Number: J FIC Woodr
Characteristics: 151 p


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Jun 09, 2010

Great for younger kids, but some adults would find this strory charming.

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