TINA AND THE TOO-BIG DOLL by Neil Anderson

TINA AND THE TOO-BIG DOLL

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KIRKUS REVIEW

When a lady friend gives Tina a large surprise package one day, its contents turn out to be both a delight and a problem. The present is a doll, the kind that's big enough to dance with but too big to keep at home in the small family apartment. How the problem solves itself at school makes a pleasing if mild plot beginning readers can follow with ease.

Pub Date: Sept. 17th, 1956
Publisher: Crowell