BELINDA AND THE MAGIC JOURNEY by Hugh & Sally Gee

BELINDA AND THE MAGIC JOURNEY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Puppet sets for another story about Belinda, the doll. Here she goes in search of a boy doll to play with and goes down to the bottom of the lake (without ruffling her skirt), floats up in a mist to the moon, visits the sun; and ends up in her own house to find that her creators, Jane's mother and father, are planning to make a boy doll for her. A nice distinction is made between the real and the unreal, and steps of the transition are shown as Belinda climbs onto the set from the paint can. The photography in natural colors achieves quite a fairy tale effect. The most successful in this series.

Publisher: Chanticleer Press