Thursday, May 29, 2014
Review: THE DOLL PEOPLE SET SAIL(THE DOLL PEOPLE BOOK 4) by Ann M. Martin and Laura Godwin
A delightful story for children (and adults) with a late-Victorian flair I admire, THE DOLL PEOPLE SET SAIL is a winningly whimsical contemporary tale starring two DOLL families. One, the Dolls, are a century old, fashioned beautifully of porcelain, their costumes now antique. The Funcrafts are modern, plastic, unbreakable ("invincible"). All are conscious (a fact always concealed from humans.) In this installment, they unexpectedly take an ocean journey while their Human Family vacations.