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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Baby Princess was out in Market Street with her mother and her favorite doll. The shops were filled with things from different lands and there were people everywhere. She saw a doll her size in one of the shops and it made faces. Though it did not speak, the magical doll smiled and pointed. When Baby Princess turned to look, the magical doll jumped and took her favorite doll. She ran away into Moogo's magic shop and Baby Princess chased her. The magical doll ran to the back of the shop and climbed a bookshelf and Baby Princess did not know what to do to get her favorite doll back. Baby Princess climbed to the top of the bookshelf and the magical doll had nowhere to go. Would Baby Princess get her favorite doll back or would the magical doll take it from her and go?
Baby Princess and the Lost Doll by Jacquitta A. McManus is a fascinating story that will take young readers along with Baby Princess in getting back her favorite doll from the magical doll. Mariam Trejo's wonderful illustrations are colorful and lively and make this fantastical adventure palpable to readers. The story has a lot of action that gives it a good pace and movement as readers keep following Baby Princess and the magical doll to find out what happened next. The book is good for read-aloud and storytelling sessions in classrooms and children will enjoy the interaction between the magical doll and Baby Princess. Parents and grandparents can also read it out loud to their kids and grandkids.