HOMEMADE DOLLS In Foreign Dress by Nina R. Jordan

HOMEMADE DOLLS In Foreign Dress

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The popularity of Home Toy Shop and Holiday Handicraft in your town will give you a key to the possibilities of this new volume. Dolls are, perhaps, more widely homemade than we realize. Here is a book which will stimulate the child's desire to experiment, to try a proved method of making a basic doll, basic properties and setting. Directions from start to finished doll, with patterns and suggestions for creating backgrounds and play ideas. Then specific foreign dolls, each with his-or her -- own appropriate setting. Includes Eskimo, Mexican, Indian, Dutch, Highlander, French peasant, Swedish, Italian, Arabian, Chinese, African, etc.

Pub Date: Aug. 19th, 1939
Publisher: Harcourt, Brace