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Almost to freedom —Nelson, Vaunda Micheaux.

Tells the story of a young girl's dramatic escape from slavery via the Underground Railroad, from the perspective of her beloved rag doll.

Raggedy Ann & Andy : hooray for reading! —Hall, Patricia, 1948-

Marcella is learning how to read, and her dolls want to learn too.

The witch's child —Yorinks, Arthur.

Desiring a child of her own, Rosina the witch fashions one out of straw and scraps, but when she cannot bring the rag child to life she becomes enraged and turns the village children into shrubs, where they stay until a ...

Princess parade —Brooke, Samantha, author.

"Jewel Sparkles and Tippy Tumblelina need new members for their princess club! So they decide to hold a princess parade and invite all their friends to help show off Jewel's tiaras. But none of the other girls seem to un...

Party time! —Cecil, Lauren.

The Lalaloopsy girls are planning a Friendship party but Mittens Fluff 'n' Stuff is having trouble figuring out how to help with the party.

Meet the Lala-oopsies —Cecil, Lauren, author.

After the strawberry milk river stops flowing in Lala-oopsies land, the residents must band together to fix the strawberry milk carton and get the river running again.

The sweetest friends —Acklesberg, Amy.

"The heat is on! There's a contest to see who's the best baker in Lalaloopsy Land. Bun Bun Sticky Icing, Twist E. Twirls, Cherry Crisp Crust, Toasty Sweet Fluff, Bubble Smack "n" Pop, and Sugar Fruit Drops all sign up. B...

Harmony takes the stage —Cecil, Lauren.

"A mysterious new neighbor just moved to Lalaloopsy Land and all the Lalaloopsy are sew excited to meet her! What is her name? What is she like? Will she prefer painting with Spot Splatter Splash, baking with Crumbs Suga...

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