The Dollhouse Magic #2020

The Dollhouse Magic By Yona Zeldis McDonough Diane Palmisciano The Dollhouse Magic Sometimes Miss Whitcomb faced the inside of the dollhouse out toward the street other times it was the facade Either way the girls loved to see the way she rearranged and changed it to fit in perfe
  • Title: The Dollhouse Magic
  • Author: Yona Zeldis McDonough Diane Palmisciano
  • ISBN: 9780805064643
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Dollhouse Magic By Yona Zeldis McDonough Diane Palmisciano
    The Dollhouse Magic By Yona Zeldis McDonough Diane Palmisciano Sometimes Miss Whitcomb faced the inside of the dollhouse out toward the street other times, it was the facade Either way, the girls loved to see the way she rearranged and changed it, to fit in perfectly with the holidays and seasons Lila and Jane can t seem to walk down Cheshire street without stopping at their good friend Miss Whitcomb s home to admire the beautifulSometimes Miss Whitcomb faced the inside of the dollhouse out toward the street other times, it was the facade Either way, the girls loved to see the way she rearranged and changed it, to fit in perfectly with the holidays and seasons Lila and Jane can t seem to walk down Cheshire street without stopping at their good friend Miss Whitcomb s home to admire the beautiful dollhouse in her window Since Daddy lost his job, the girls can only dream of owning a dollhouse as grand After all, it s three stories, with real clapboard siding and a cedar shingle roof But one day something sad happens to Miss Whitcomb, and Lila and Jane are devastated How will the girls find hope in a time of need Set during the Depression, this heartwarming story proves that friendship is indeed a magic all its own.
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    About “Yona Zeldis McDonough Diane Palmisciano

    • Yona Zeldis McDonough Diane Palmisciano

      I live in Park Slope, Brooklyn and many of my novels take place here But my new novel takes place in New Hampshire, and I have woven into it a historical component the tragic story of Ruth Blay, who in 1768 was the last woman hanged in the state When I read about Ruth, I was fascinated and horrified in equal measure, and I knew I had to write about her I was educated at Vassar College and Columbia University, where I studied art history But I started writing fiction in my 20 s and never looked back I am the author of seven novels, 27 books for children and am the editor of two essay collections I m also the fiction editor of Lilith Magazine Please visit my website, yonazeldismcdonough or find me on Facebook facebook yzmcdonough I love to connect with readers everywhere.

    330 thoughts on “The Dollhouse Magic

    • This is a heartwarming Christmas story set during the Great Depression I didn t like it as much as The Doll Shop Downstairs or The Cats in the Doll Shop It s for a little bit younger age range maybe 2 3 grade 7 8 years I found the present tense style didn t really work for the story It seemed a little bit of an odd choice but maybe kids relate to that better I though the story was a bit too nice and neat for me It was so predictable I didn t really understand the title, that comes in at the end. [...]


    • My love of reading started when i was young, and it gives me immense pleasure to provide books to Spread the Word Nevada, an organization that passes them on to children in the community They are a terrific organization supporting an important cause If your local I encourage you to check them out For those living further a field, look in your own community, their may already be a similar program in place And if not, you can always help start one.spreadthewordnevada Myself, I go out on the weeken [...]


    • Innocuous little chapter book with winsome illustrations The magic isn t literal, but figurative, referring to the fact that by the end of the book the two little girls who admire a neighbor s dollhouse become the new owners when the kindly old woman surprisingly, without any foreshadowing passes away I would have preferred some foreshadowing, and I think young readers, while not knowing what s missing, will sense that lack.


    • I am so glad I didn t read this as a kidis book needs a warning label Granted, not every kid is as sensitive as I am when it comes to characters dyingbut still.


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