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A Is for Annabelle Hardcover – July 1, 2001
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Tasha Tudor is the Caldecott Honor artist of 1 Is One and more than 90 other well-loved picture books. (Ages 3 to 7) --Emilie Coulter
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Top Customer Reviews
I loved this book when I was little. The idea of a doll having her own trunk really intrigued me in the late 1950s. Everyone was getting those ballerina dolls, but I wanted an old-fashioned doll like Annabelle. My mother must have liked it too, as she sewed up a wardrobe from scraps to transform my doll into one like Annabelle.
Treat your little one to this book and start them on the path to enjoying and treasuring things from the past.
this was one of my favorite books. When I started
my own family I was constantly going through inter
library loans to find this book. My children
enjoyed it and I loved sharing something with them
that was a fond memory from my childhood.
This book not only teaches the alphabet, it
also brings to life some histotical references that can
help children to appreciate the past as well as
the history of older members of their families.In
describing the various items related to the doll,
Annabelle, we are transported into the treasured
world of a young girl allowed the priviledge of
exploring her grandmothers special treasures, an
activity that used to be one of the wonders of
I would recommend this book to parents and
anyone else who might like to take a short trip
back in time to their childhood.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved this book as a child and checked it out of the library many times. The illustrations are exquisite and it is very nostalgic to me. I love Tasha Tudor. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Jewel M
this is a classy super cute book with a story told about a doll with each letter of the alphabet. the pictures are beautiful and it has a very old feel to it in a good way.Published 4 months ago by Luna Toka
Very cute and dainty book. My daughter Annabelle enjoys reading it with me.Published 5 months ago by Krystal
What a sweet book! Each year around the holidays, our family participates in a gift swap for the younger children. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sheryl
I gave the book as a child's fifth birthday gift, and the little girl and her mother and aunts were thrilled about it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Sheila Wells