WHY SO SAD, LITTLE RAG DOLL? by Carolyn Voorhees

WHY SO SAD, LITTLE RAG DOLL?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

In verse that goes from being as ragged as the doll to monotonously sing-songish, the author presents a conversation between a smudge-nosed rag doll who is dragged about and an immaculate bride-doll who dwells permanently on the shelf. The rag doll comes to realize that she is the luckier because she is loved. The all blue illustrations of doll-owner and dolls are static, amateurish, and repetitious.

Pub Date: Jan. 6th, 1964
Publisher: E. C. Seale