The Doll's House

by Rumer Godden

Other authorsTasha Tudor (Illustrator)
Paperback, 1976

Status

Available

Local notes

PB God

Barcode

918

Publication

Puffin Books (1976), 128 pages

Description

The activities, sorrows, and joys of a family of dolls living in an old doll house are related from the dolls' point of view.

Language

Original language

English

Original publication date

1947

Physical description

128 p.; 5.01 inches

User reviews

LibraryThing member ParadisePorch
The activities, sorrows, and joys of a family of dolls living in an old doll house are related from the dolls’ point of view.

It’s rather dated, but charming. Read this if: you ever played with a dollhouse – or wanted to (and who didn’t?) 3 stars
LibraryThing member sdunford
I love this book. I have always loved this book. I received it for Christmas, the year my sister and I got the chicken pox - we were confined to bed and Mom read it to us. We pretended we were Charlotte and Emily. I then read it for myself - my first chapter book,

As a child, I loved the characters
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and story. As an adult (and a senior citizen to boot) I love the slightly quirky use of language, as well as the characters and story.
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LibraryThing member AngelaLam
A very disturbing book, but very true-to-life. It has haunted me for years. I won't let my daughter read it until she is a LOT older.

Pages

128

Rating

(70 ratings; 4.2)
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