William's Doll

Paperback | May 1, 1985

byCharlotte Zolotow

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More than anything, William wants a doll. "Don't be a creep," says his brother. "Sissy, sissy," chants the boy next door. Then one day someone really understands William's wish, and makes it easy for others to understand, too.

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William’s friends don’t play with dolls. Nonconforming William doesn’t care -- he simply wants the doll he saw in the department store. His father and brother are set against it, but he gets his wish. The results are both heart-warming and hilarious. Young readers get a satisfying story that takes a gentle swipe at sexism with William’...

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More than anything, William wants a doll. "Don't be a creep," says his brother. "Sissy, sissy," chants the boy next door. Then one day someone really understands William's wish, and makes it easy for others to understand, too.

Charlotte Zolotow—author, editor, publisher, and educator—has one of the most distinguished reputations in the field of children's literature. She has written more than seventy books, many of which are picture-book classics, such as Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present and William's Doll. She lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 9 × 7 × 0.08 inPublished:May 1, 1985Publisher:HarperCollins

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0064430677

ISBN - 13:9780064430678

Appropriate for ages: 3 - 5

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William’s friends don’t play with dolls. Nonconforming William doesn’t care -- he simply wants the doll he saw in the department store. His father and brother are set against it, but he gets his wish. The results are both heart-warming and hilarious. Young readers get a satisfying story that takes a gentle swipe at sexism with William’s Doll.

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"An excellent book about a boy named William who wants the forbidden -- a doll. The long-awaited realistic handling of this theme makes it a landmark book." (School Library Journal)