The Real-For-Sure Story of Raggedy Ann

The Real-For-Sure Story of Raggedy Ann

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Overview

This charming illustrated story for young children tells how Raggedy Ann came to be, from scraps in a sewing basket to a cherished doll that has delighted people across the world.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781565547636
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date: 02/28/2001
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 947,479
Product dimensions: 8.70(w) x 11.10(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 5 - 8 Years

About the Author

Patricia Hall has written and lectured extensively on Johnny Gruelle and his contributions to American culture. Her collection of Gruelle’s books, dolls, correspondence, original artwork, business records, and photographs is one of the most comprehensive in the world. Many of these photographs appear in Raggedy Ann and More: Johnny Gruelle’s Dolls and Merchandise. Hall has also written an illustrated biography, Johnny Gruelle, Creator of Raggedy Ann and Andy, published by Pelican.




Joni Gruelle Wannamaker is the granddaughter and namesake of Johnny Gruelle. She and her husband, Tom, reside in Arcola, Illinois, where they have founded the Johnny Gruelle Raggedy Ann and Andy Museum dedicated to the floppy, loveable Raggedies and all their friends. This not-for-profit museum traces the history of Johnny and the heartwarming dolls he created in 1915.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Oh my goodness, this made my heart break! It was so touching how the girl cares for the doll. This is a touching story, I think that only Raggedy Ann, and Raggedy Andy owners would understand the girls feelings.PLEASE READ???!!!! { I'm sooo glad Raggedy Ann is now in the Toy Hall of Fame, after 87 YEARS! I can't belive she didn't make it earlier 'cause of Barbie! I guess a couple thousand leeters in March did the trick to get ' Annie' in!}