HOLIDAY FOR EDITH AND THE BEARS by Dare Wright

HOLIDAY FOR EDITH AND THE BEARS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Encouraged by the enthusiasm for her first book, The Lonely Doll, Dare Wright embarks her doll heroine, Edith, on a trip to the seaside. Accompanied by her friends, two teddybears, she explores the wonders of the beach -- shells, gulls, nets, boats, and the water. Dare Wright's photography creates a realm of sunny spaciousness in which her toy personages move with a feeling of convincing reality. To those children who may own an Edith doll, these latest exploits of the pony-tailed toy will be of particular interest, although there will be those who wish that Edith looked less like a miniature adult, an impression created by her gold hoop earings, her expression, and her ""made-up"" appearance.

Pub Date: Aug. 7th, 1958
Publisher: Doubleday