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The Doll People

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Annabelle Doll is eight years old-she has been for more than a hundred years. Not a lot has happened to her, cooped up in the dollhouse, with the same doll family, day after day, year after year. . . until one day the Funcrafts move in.
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Annabelle Doll is eight years old-she has been for more than a hundred years. Not a lot has happened to her, cooped up in the dollhouse, with the same doll family, day after day, year after year. . . until one day the Funcrafts move in.
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CD Audio
Published: September 13, 2011
Publisher: Random House Audio Publishing Group
Imprint: Listening Library (Audio)
ISBN: 9780307941763
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  • It had bee forty-five years since Annabelle Doll had last seen Auntie Sarah.

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  • Annabelle felt a tremendous sense of relief, as if something very heavy had been lifted from her heart. "So if I did (italics) disappear, you would (italics) come looking for me?...

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  • Annabelle, still draped over the kitchen chair, didn't more. But she smiled to herself.

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