Introduce the next generation of readers to the winsome adventures of Hitty, a doll of great charm and regal character. Over a period of one hundred years, readers will see Hitty's beginnings-being molded from a piece of white ash wood by an Irish peddler in Maine-and her first owner Phoebe Preble, up to her being discovered in an antique shop in New York, and all of the adventures that she has in between. Hitty finds herself in India with a missionary family, lost inside of a sofa, discovered by a Quaker family, dressed as a bride, and more! Winner of the Newberry Medal in 1930.
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Review 1 for Hitty: Her First Hundred Years
Date:July 12, 2011
My daughter loved reading this book. She has checked it out at the library so many times that I am going to buy it for her now.