In Dana's debut picture book, one haughty doll learns that being pretty isn't everything.
A positive read that encourages children to look beyond surface appearances when choosing their friends. - Kirkus Reviews I liked reading this book. It's about dolls that make fun of another doll because she doesn't look as beautiful as the other dolls. I also liked it because you could listen to it through audio and follow along in the book. -Zoey, age 7 of ReaderViews (Reviews, by Kids, for Kids)"Pretty Dolls" is an award winning children's book, as a finalist in the Pacific Northwest Writers Association Literary contest in 2011 in the children's picture book category....Gracie and Emily-Nicole become best friends as a surprise ending, teaching children to value friendship more than fear. - Midwest Book Review[Pretty Dolls]
is a story about kindness and discovering new friendships. The book offers a valuable and lovely message about what it means to be truly beautiful and about accepting others, even if they look a little different to us. Recommended. - Blogcritics.org / Seattle Post IntelligencerIt is an easy read for children and delivers a powerful message in a fun and understandable way. This is an excellent book for helping children learn how to deal with jealousy and embrace the differences that make us all unique and special. - Readers Favorite
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