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The Surprise Doll by Morrell Gipson
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The Surprise Doll

by Morrell Gipson

Other authors: Steffie Lerch (Illustrator)

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A very fun to read book! My mom usually surprised me in giving dolls. I love this story and I can relate to the characters. I would love to have a doll same as my looks. ( )
  CristinaAllen | Apr 18, 2016 |
I've owned this book forever, who knows where it came from. It has no cover, front or back. I think it loved it for it's look at different countries, that fascinated me. But I was always bothered by the doll maker - so cruel! ( )
  AmberTheHuman | Aug 30, 2013 |
This was one of my favorite books when I was small. ( )
  windflower52 | Apr 2, 2013 |
My favorite childhood book ( )
  brittad | Apr 5, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 193090018X, Hardcover)

For more than half a century children have been captivated with the story of Mary and her dolls. Mary’s father was a sea captain who took long trips across the ocean, bringing back a doll from each journey. Soon Mary had six dolls and wished for a seventh one to become her "Sunday" doll. But Mary’s father said six dolls were enough for any girl, so she set off to visit the Dollmaker and, oh, was she in for a surprise!

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Mary's father was a sea captain who took long trips across the ocean, bringing back a doll from each journey. Soon Mary had six dolls and wished for a seventh one to become her "Sunday" doll. But Mary's father said six dolls was enough for any girl, so she set off to visit the Dollmaker, and, oh, was she in for a surprise!… (more)

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