ANGELINA AMELIA: A  by Henrietta Jones Moon

ANGELINA AMELIA: A

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For the little girls who have not yet left dolls for the call of the Wild West, this pretty, delicate story of a doll who lived with several generations of girls should be a treat. Angelina Amelia, who had brown, painted hair and a smile on her face, lived with Dorothea who gave her cakes and took her for rides in the carriage. But Dorothea grew up and married, and the doll was put away for another little girl. Then came a series of owners, some who laughed at Angelia Amelia's funny old-fashioned clothes, one who left her in a pasture, and finally a little girl who loved her so much that she did not sell her for the hundred dollars a rich lady wanted to pay for her.

Publisher: Crowell