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Little Kim's Doll by Kim Yaroshevskaya

Little Kim's Doll

by Kim Yaroshevskaya

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0888993536, Hardcover)

When four-year-old Kim walks past a toy store window and sees a very special porcelain doll, she wants her more than anything. But Kim's parents worry that a girl who plays with dolls won't grow up to be strong and brave. This delightful story tells how the little Russian girl's strength of conviction and inventiveness persuade her mother that, in this case, giving someone what she wants is the best thing to do. Full color.

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Little Kim lives in Russia during the 1930's, she wants a doll more than anything. Not just any doll will do, it must be a special doll with hair the colour of ripe wheat in the Moscow store window. But her mother wants her to play with rifles instead, she doesn't think a girl can grow up to be strong and brave if she plays with dolls. Suggested level: junior, primary.… (more)

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