By Andrew Tabbat. Raggedy Ann has "survived wars, the Great Depression, recessions, Barbie, a TV series and polyester, all with a cheerful smile on her face." So begins this book about America's most classic doll. In Volume II the author follows the Raggedy Ann and Andy from year 1938- 1982. Included are not only dolls, but many other related Raggedy Ann paraphernalia, from books to dishes, from play sets to cookie jars. Hardbound, 128 pages with 200 color photographs. 8 1/2" x 11" BT-168
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