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Girl and Boy from India Paper Dolls by R. M.…

Girl and Boy from India Paper Dolls (2002)

by R. M. Lehri

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This Girl and Boy Paper Dolls are a series of international costume works by Dover Publications. Each consists of 8 leaves or plates for a total of approximately 32 costumes. Despite the title, and although the 2 paper dolls that are included on the gatefold are children, the costumes are often adult.

Compared to Tom Tierney's series, these seem more oriented towards children than adults. The costumes are a little easier to cut out, although anyone wishing to cut every little fiddley-bit may get frustrated. They are extremely charming (and I have most of them), but not as informative. These do not include any historical or cultural information, except for a map showing the location of the various costumes. ( )
  juglicerr | Oct 18, 2009 |
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Rani and Munna, a little girl and boy from India, are featured in this accurately rendered paper doll book. The youngsters can be dressed in brilliantly colored festival costumes, modern clothing, saris, and other traditional apparel. 2 dolls and 40 full-color costumes on 8 plates. Map of India. Notes.

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