Saturday, November 03, 2007

CeCe the Little See-Through Paper Doll...

"CeCe" the Little See-Through Paper Doll!
Once upon a time, there was an elderly lady, named Rose, who lived alone and was very lonely. One day on the way home from the Post Office, Rose saw a pink paper doll that looked see-through, in a window of an old antique store. Rose bought the paper doll and took it home.

Rose cut out the little pink see-through paper doll and put her on a shelf close to her rocking chair. She sometimes talked to the see-through paper doll that she had named CeCe. It was a funny thing, but she felt that CeCe could understand her.

On a very cold and rainy day, Sally, Nancy, and Lacey, came to visit Rose. They had complained all morning to their mother that they had nothing to do until she asked them to go visit Rose for her.

The three little girls did not have much to say and Rose did not know what they were interested in, so long periods-of-time went by when no one said a word. It was during one of these quiet times that CeCe surprised everyone when she exclaimed...


Copyright 2007



This little paper doll storybook is available exclusively in PJ's Corner Gift Shoppe.
Printed on card stock to enhance the paper doll and her clothes, this 8 page, 5.5" x 8.5" booklet is the perfect gift to introduce children to paper dolls. Seven outfits with a few art sparks are nestled among the words of this storybook. The story is written and illustrated by Phyllis Mae Richardson Fisher. Copyright 2007.

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5 comments:

jan said...

How charming. Some things are enjoyed by many generations.

Jackie said...

Lovely story. I loved paper dolls as a child even though I hated dolls (preferring my furry friends instead).

Janey Loree said...

Hi Ladies! Thank you for coming by way of the AgGC! I enjoyed your posts as well!!

Naomi said...

What a lovely way to introduce children to paper dolls Janey. I'm sure they'll enjoy reading about CeCe and helping to dress her.

Janey Loree said...

Hi Naomi! CeCe has some very cute outfits too! This story is written and illustrated by my mother!!