"Pictures illustrate the story so well that [it] can be told without reading a word of the script . . . teaches values such as imagination, work, resourcefulness and giving to others." --Children's Literature Artist Johnny Gruelle patented a doll in 1915 that he called Raggedy Ann. This charming illustrated story for children tells how that doll was created. Along with the beloved doll, Marcella, the artist's daughter, is star of the tale. This is the story of how Raggedy Ann came to be, from scraps in a sewing basket to ...

Real-For-Sure Story of Raggedy Ann 2001, Pelican Publishing Company

ISBN-13: 9781565547636

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