When her owner is given a new puppy, the little doll is neglected and becomes angry and sulky - until the puppy finds her and leaves her under a chest of drawers. Then she becomes frightened, but thanks to the puppy she ends up, as usual, in her owner's arms that night.
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R Brown is a Fitzhenry and Whiteside author.From School Library Journal:
PreSchool-Grade 2-- Jealousy in the toyroom rears its ugly head. A favorite rag doll sulks as her little girl romps outside with her new puppy. A poll of the other toys finds that they don't feel slighted. The playful pup grabs the doll for a run and a lick, losing her under a dresser. The little girl is upset when the doll is missing at bedtime, but the pup retrieves her to bring things to a satisfactory conclusion. Brown's artwork is richly colored and warmed with golden tones. She balances large, intimate close-ups of the toys and dollhouse and small active scenes of the frisky dog. It isn't hard to see why the little girl would prefer the lively animal to the continuously cranky doll. The story is not as strong as the engaging illustrations, but it will encourage children to express their emotions, especially the negative ones. --Judith Gloyer, Milwaukee Public Library
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Book Description Random House UK, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 99702401
Book Description Random House UK, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0099702401