The Meanest Doll in the World

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (3.88 hours)
Product Number: Z100010845
Released: Dec 21, 2010
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9780307941602
Narrator/s: Lynn Redgrave
Publisher: Listening Library
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In this wickedly funny and suspenseful sequel to the award-winning The Doll People, Annabelle Doll and Tiffany Funcraft come face to face with Mean Mimi, an evil princess doll, who threatens to take over all of doll world. Annabelle and Tiffany are best friends who've enjoyed a heap of adventure and mystery since they met in the Palmers house at 26 Wetherby Lane. When they accidentally hitch a ride to Kate's school in her backpack, the dolls find themselves in a wholly unfamiliar world. They decide to make the best of their predicament by exploring the school, but when an attempt to return home lands them in the wrong house, their first foray beyond the safety of the dollhouse quickly becomes a dangerous and exhilarating adventure. While Annabelle and Tiffany are lucky enough to meet a host of new doll friends, they also encounter Mean Mimi, who sees herself as Queen of All Dolls. How will they find their way back home...?nd how much trouble will follow them? In this masterfully plotted sequel, best-selling and critically acclaimed Ann M. Martin and Laura Godwin take listeners on another exhilarating adventure from a dolls-eye view! Praise for The Doll People: "The authors provide plenty of action and suspense, yet it is their skillfully crafted details about the dolls' personalities and daily routines that prove most memorable."-Publishers Weekly, starred review "Little girls are in for a marvelous treat in this delicious fantasy."-Kirkus Review, starred review

Series: Doll People Series No: 2
Original Publish Date: Dec 21, 2010

Professional reviews

"Lynn Redgrave's reasonable tone and measured reading lend credence to a fantasy about dolls that come to life when humans aren't paying attention. This sequel to THE DOLL PEOPLE, which can stand alone, follows best friends Annabelle and Tiffany as they find adventure. Redgrave sensitively takes cues from the text to create voices for the characters. Annabelle and her family have light British accents appropriate for dolls crafted in England in 1898. Plastic Tiffany has a squeaky and distinctly American voice. The paper dolls have breathy singsong voices, and Mean Mimi sounds believably mean. Well-timed side breaks combine with Redgrave's performance to create a light and fun listen. A.F. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"

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