Series: Tom Tierney's Children's Books & Characters

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"Little Women" : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
Birthday Girls : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
Cinderella : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
Cupie : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierney
Dorothy of Oz Paper Doll (Dover Little Activity Books) by Tom Tierney
Favorite Storybook Characters : Paper Doll by Tom Tierney
Fun with Grandma : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
Fun With Teddy Bear : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
Little Cupie : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierney
Santa Claus : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierney
Sleeping Beauty : Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney
Three Little Kittens : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierney
Two Little Ducks : Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierney

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