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Julie 2014 Mini Doll

Author : American Girl
File Size : 36.8 MB
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This 6-inch doll brings Julie's world to life on a smaller scale. She arrives dressed in an outfit authentic to her era. Plus, she comes with a mini abridged version of her first book.

Ivy Ling Mini Doll

Author : American Girl
File Size : 54.39 MB
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This adorable 6.5-inch doll is a mini version of the beautifully crafted 18-inch doll. Includes a miniature, abridged copy of the Good Luck, Ivy! book.

Summer Fun A Paper Doll Book

Author : Julie Matthews
File Size : 49.19 MB
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At the Beach A Paper Doll Book

Author : Julie Matthews
File Size : 57.22 MB
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Book Review Index

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Every 3rd issue is a quarterly cumulation.

The Mini Mod Sixties Book

Author : Samantha Bleikorn
File Size : 24.94 MB
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This book is about a revolution in spirit and fashion, and the amazing times in which it existed. The 60 marked some of the most important social and cultural turning points in the 20th century. The decade was a time of revolution, with changes occurring across a broad cultural and political spectrum as the generation that was born in the postwar baby boom passed through their teens and early twenties in an era of unprecedented prosperity and unprecedented social upheaval. It was in this time of change that Mary Quant created the first miniskirt, which was the most important fashion revolution of the decade.

The Official Price Guide to Antiques and Collectibles

Author : Rinker Enterprises
File Size : 61.74 MB
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A guide to current market values offers a brief history of each type of collectible and information on collection building

The Dream Dollhouse Do it yourself Book

Author : Julie Shelton
File Size : 26.22 MB
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Easy and adorable! This book has more than 80 budget friendly dollhouse projects for the most popular dolls in the world. This is the 1:6 scale miniverse, for superstar fashion dolls like Barbie, Bratz and Monster High. Definitely no woodworking skills required. Fairy tale pink and pretty? Sixties chic? Up to the minute modern? Mix and match for your favourite style. Upcycle. Repurpose. Scavenge. The materials are simple and either inexpensive or free. This book is so much fun, and a perfect gift for children and the adults who love them.

Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
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Reading bande dessinee

Author : Ann Miller
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The increasing popularity of bande dessinee, or French-language comic strip, means that it is being established on university syllabuses worldwide. Reading Bande Dessinee provides a thorough introduction to the medium and in-depth critical analysis with focus on contemporary examples of the art form, historical context, key artists, and themes such as gender, autobiography and postcolonial culture. Miller's groundbreaking book demonstrates exactly why bande dessinee is considered to be a visual narrative art form and encourages the reader to appreciate and understand it to the best of their abilities. Miller also provides the terminology, framework and tools necessary for study, highly relevant to current curriculum and she creates a multi-disciplinary, comprehensive approach to the subject matter. Reading Bande Dessinee draws from analytical viewpoints such as narratology, cultural studies and gender studies to illuminate the form fully, examining how it can be seen to undermine mythologies of national and cultural identity, investigating the satirical possibilities and looking at how the comic strip may contest normative representations of the body according to gender theories. This volume explores the controversy surrounding the comic strips in contemporary French society and traces the historical and cultural implications surrounding the legitimization of bande dessinee. With the growing academic readership of bande dessinee this book proves to be an invaluable analysis for scholars of the postmodern narrative art. Reading Bande Dessinee is also an essential resource for anyone interested in the cultural context, visual and narrative meaning and intricacies of the art form.