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Dorothy Kunhardt's Kitty's New Doll

Dorothy Kunhardt s Kitty s New Doll KITTY AND HER mother go to the toy store for her very first doll Which one does Kitty choose Not the doll that walks and talks Kitty chooses a rag doll that can t do anything not even sleep But she c

  • Title: Dorothy Kunhardt's Kitty's New Doll
  • Author: Dorothy Kunhardt Hiroe Nakata
  • ISBN: 9780375829369
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Hardcover
  • KITTY AND HER mother go to the toy store for her very first doll Which one does Kitty choose Not the doll that walks and talks Kitty chooses a rag doll that can t do anything, not even sleep But she can pretend cry and pretend sleep and she can say anything I want her to say, says Kitty And as she walks home with her new doll, she holds it close and pretends tKITTY AND HER mother go to the toy store for her very first doll Which one does Kitty choose Not the doll that walks and talks Kitty chooses a rag doll that can t do anything, not even sleep But she can pretend cry and pretend sleep and she can say anything I want her to say, says Kitty And as she walks home with her new doll, she holds it close and pretends that it says, I love you.

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    1. Some cat lovers wear clothes depicting cats, others collect cat figurines, I have combined both my love of books and cats: I collect cat books, even children’s books, which is why I have Dorothy Kunhardt’s Kitty’s New Doll. In a town of human-like cats (they walk on their hind legs), a mother takes her daughter to the toy store to buy a doll. The basic message of the story is to appreciate simplicity and imagination in life, which is certainly a good thing.What I don’t like is that it re [...]

    2. One of my Top Ten Favorite Books as a kid. This was the sweetest read--it had kittens and dolls, a win-win situation for my younger self, after all! Combined with warm illustrations and a plot that was rather endearing (and mainly short enough to kept me coming back to read it), this book was bound to make an impact on me--and it did, in a small way, by remaining impressed on my memory even as time drew on and I grew older. Reflecting back on this read has made me realize that the act of Kitty c [...]

    3. Two stars does not mean it was bad, it means that I thought it was "OK". I didn't dislike the story, just that compared to all the other books out there, this was "OK". Now, Aleyda, who loves "kitties" really liked the book, she gave it four stars. My review, my rating--when she gets her own "" page she can mark this book any way she sees fit. I will say that Kitty did pick the right doll for the right reasons, to let Kitty's imagination rule future play.

    4. This is a short, sweet story about a young girl picking out a doll for her very own. The story is reminiscent of Corduroy by Don Freeman, but isn't as much of a classic. The illustrations are soft and colorful.

    5. Genre: Picture BookReading Level: Early Topics & Themes: Shopping. Dolls. Mother and Daughter Relationships. CatsCurricular Use: Read-aloudLiterary Elements: Personification: characters are cats. Imagery. Description of all the dolls until we find out Kitty's choiceText & Pictures: Interaction of text and Pictures

    6. A delightful little story! (I picked this book up after watching the HBO documentary "Living with Lincoln". The Kunhardts and the Meserves are fascinating! Dorothy Kunhardt also wrote Pat the Bunny.)

    7. This is a story about a mother and daughter going shopping for a new doll. The daughter looks all the dolls over until she finds the perfect doll. The mother doesn't understand why the daughter picked the doll she did until she explains it to her.

    8. Given to me as a gift when I was little, I still have it to this day, It touched my heart back then and made me teary eye.

    9. I loved this book as a child & I love it as an adult. I love the story about a little girl picking out her very own doll. It's just adorable!

    10. ages 4-7transitionalread aloud/shared readinganimal picture bookpersonificationacceptance/lovecute story of little girl kitty choosing the jsut right doll

    11. Kitty has many choices for a new doll and some can do many different things. Kitty likes the rag doll the best because it has no limitations.

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