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Dollmakers and Their Stories: Women Who Changed the World of Play
Krystyna Poray Goddu (au)
This fascinating book tells the stories of courageous dollmakers, all of whom were -- & continue to be -- filled with passion, vision, & determination. They are the unsung heroines behind some of the most important dolls of the last hundred years. The dolls created by these women -- such as Barbie (Ruth Handler), Madame Alexander’s collection (Beatrice Alexander), the Sasha dolls (Sasha Morgenthaler), & the contemporary classics of Pleasant Rowland (American Girl) & Martha Armstrong-Hand -- have become an intrinsic part of childhood for generations of girls around the world. These strong women displayed both creative genius & astute business acumen, serving as role models for today’s young female readers. Illustrations.
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