Home for dolls
Members of Wells Bookworms, a children's book club, review a book each week, telling other young readers what they liked – or didn't like – about the story.
This week's book is Miss Happiness and Miss Flower by Rumer Godden
The reason I chose this book to do a review about is because it shows that not just people feel homesick, dolls can too. The story is about a girl called Nona who has travelled from India to England. She feels homesick for her old life in India. She is given two Japanese dolls which she calls Miss Happiness and Miss Flower. Nona carefully makes a home for her dolls and as she does she slowly gets a home herself. I have read lots of books by Rumer Godden. I think they are really good.
by Isabella aged 10
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