Dolls A to Z

by Mary Bertha Brown



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 24/06/2003

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 64
ISBN : 9781410751881

About the Book

As you read this little book about dolls, you will discover many different types of black dolls and two delightful white dolls that have special meaning.  You will be able to focus attention on the customs, traditions, values, and history of black and white dolls.

You will discover that these dolls will make wonderful additions to your personal collection, classroom training, museums, and curious, whether to make money or to treasure for your children, grandchildren, or yourself.

Women often enjoy sitting back and admiring their doll collection, which often brings about fond memories as a child, while little girls enjoy their playtime with dolls of all makes and models as they live out their playtime dreams.

Dolls can be a great addition to anyone’s home for a little girl’s playroom or for decorative display.  They also create a curious and beautiful addition to schools, museums, retail stores, Bed & Breakfast Inns, and one’s home.

I believe my book Dolls A to Z will instill in you a desire to collect your own dolls and enjoy many years of fun and pleasure for yourself, your children, and your grandchildren.

About the Author

Mary Bertha Brown is a native of Georgetown, South Carolina.  She is presently living in Carvers Bay Community of Georgetown County.  Mary is a former Teacher, Educator, Early Childhood Specialist, and Day Care Owner and Director.  She has worked with the YMCA and Pepper Geddings Recreational Center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Mary was a classroom teacher for thirteen years in the public and private schools.  She won many awards during her years as a classroom teacher.

Mary Bertha Brown is a graduate of St. Augustine’s College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Studies.  She also has a Masters of Education in Early Childhood Education from the University of South Carolina.

Mary is presently working as a Child Care Specialist at a Group Home for Boys in Conway, South Carolina.

Dolls A to Z is her first book.