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Where are you, Raggedy Andy?

Anita Shevett

Where are you, Raggedy Andy?

by Anita Shevett

  • 324 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Random House in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dolls -- Fiction.,
  • Hide-and-seek -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy play hide-and-seek. On board pages.

    Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statementphotographs by Anita & Steve Shevett.
    ContributionsShevett, Steve, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.S5546 Wh 1987
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[12] p. :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2745013M
    ISBN 10039489121X
    LC Control Number86063576
    OCLC/WorldCa16911789

    This raggedy Ann book is awesome! The stories are fun and the dolls come to life. The pictures are bright and cute! I would recommend this book for children age 7 to adult. Seven year olds may need the book read to them. I’m 56 and enjoyed the stories very much! The book is nicely made.5/5(1). Raggedy Ann is a rag doll with red yarn for hair. The character was created in as a doll, and was introduced to the public in the book Raggedy Ann Stories. A doll was also marketed along with the book to great success. A sequel, Raggedy Andy Stories () introduced the character of her brother, Raggedy Andy, dressed in sailor suit /5().

    Raggedy Andy arrives in the mail at Marcella's father's office, displays his cheery smile, and is eagerly reunited with his sister, Raggedy Ann. After a warm welcome from the other dolls, Raggedy Andy adds to their fun with a dance, a pillow fight, and a taffy pull. His merry escapades frequently show his generosity in helping others, as he bravely ventures into the gutter to find the penny 4/5(4). All books are in fair-good used condition, with a lot of life left. they show scuffing on the outside, inside looks very good, no writing other than mentioned or pictured. The Books in the picture #2 are the , , Raggedy Ann Book has the blue inscription on the inside cover (as seen in the pic) Raggedy Ann In The Magic Book is dated The green Raggedy Andy Book in pic #2 has the Seller Rating: % positive.

      Digitals: Raggedy Andy Journal Pages and Cards Kit - ?ref=shop_home_active_24 Print. Follow along with Raggedy Ann and Andy in three charming stories. First, Raggedy Ann and the other toys go on an adventure in search of snacks, but will they get caught? Then, fairies awaken Raggedy Ann and Fido in the night, but what's in the large bundl.


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Where are you, Raggedy Andy? by Anita Shevett Download PDF EPUB FB2

When I was growing up, I would go to the Bookmobile and ask the librarian every week if she had any Raggedy Anne and Andy Books and she always kept at least one hidden in the back just for me.

That is one of my happiest moments in my childhood.4/5. Where are you, Raggedy Andy?. [Anita Shevett; Steve Shevett] -- Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy play hide-and-seek. On board pages. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Anita Shevett; Steve Shevett. Find more information about: ISBN: X OCLC Number: Raggedy Ann, heroine of the first book, was a favorite doll of his daughter, Marcella, who died after a long illness at the age of thirteen.

Johnny Gruelle eventually created over forty Raggedy Ann and Andy books, all capturing his unique version of childhood/5(). Don't buy this book if you like Raggedy Andy. That is, don't buy the Milk Press edition.

It is a cheap imitation of the real Raggedy Andy book. To begin with, there are no pictures of any kind in the book. The best you get are the captions of the pictures, and those are too small to read.

The text is also too small to read/5(47). Don't buy this book if you like Raggedy Andy. That is, don't buy the Milk Press edition. It is a cheap imitation of the real Raggedy Andy book. To begin with, there are no pictures of any kind in the book. The best you get are the captions of the pictures, and those are too small to read.

The text is also too small to read/5(54). LOVE the stories - my son and I are working our way through all of the original Raggedy Ann and Andy books - but I didn't realize this reprint edition did not include Johnny Gruelle's original pictures as well, so I couldn't give it the full 5 stars.

Read more. One person found this helpful/5(10). Raggedy Andy Stories audiobook by Johnny Gruelle () Raggedy Ann is a fictional character created by writer Johnny Gruelle () in a series of books.

You searched for: raggedy ann and andy books. Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind products and gifts related to your search.

No matter what you’re looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options. The Raggedy Ann and Andy book series by multiple authors includes books Raggedy Ann and the Birthday Surprise, Dolls: An Inside Look at Dolls from Raggedy Ann to Barbie (Camelot World Series), Busy Days With Raggedy Ann and Andy, and several more.

Johnny Gruelle was an extremely talented cartoonist, illustrator, and storyteller. He had already written and illustrated a book of original fairy tales before creating the Raggedy Ann and Andy stories.

Raggedy Ann, heroine of the first book, was a favorite doll of his daughter, Marcella, who died after a long illness at the age of ed on: Octo   The first page of the book includes a table of contents. There are ten short stories within: How Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy Came to Marcella's House The Nursery Dance Raggedy Ann Learns a Lesson Raggedy Ann and the Painter (the story where Ann gets her candy heart) Doctor Raggedy Andy Raggedy Ann's Trip on the River /5(5).

Johnny Gruelle was an American artist, political cartoonist, children's book author and illustrator (and even songwriter). He is known as the creator of Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy.

He had such confidence in his design that often he would create the final ink work without first sketching in pencil.4/5. Raggedy Andy Number Puzzles – 14 puzzles for learning number sense and skip counting created from classic Raggedy Andy book art. Free Free Raggedy Ann Resource Pack – An assortment of bookmarks, incentive charts, certificates, reward cards, and more created from Raggedy Ann art.

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/5(7). Raggedy Andy's real name or nickname is never revealed, as the monicker of Raggedy Andy is given to him by Nick and Allie because they didn't know his actual name. Whether the hair color and style of Andy's hair is a bodily modification is never revealed, but it's possible that they are due to drawing the attention of the duo and being so Age: Early Teens.

These belonged to my mother who, as a child, fondly remembers her mother reading the books to her. Dates shown in the books are written in Roman Numerals, ranging from (Raggedy Andy Stories) to (Raggedy Ann in the Deep, Deep Woods) and the rest in-between.

Delightful stories with beautiful illustrations. Johnny Gruelle was an extremely talented cartoonist, illustrator, and storyteller. He had already written and illustrated a book of original fairy tales before creating the Raggedy Ann and Andy stories.

Raggedy Ann, heroine of the first book, was a favorite doll of his daughter, Marcella, who died after a long illness at the age of : Balefire Publishing. Four adventures and nine charming stories adapted from the orignal books feature those lovable red-headed rag dolls, Raggedy Ann and Andy.

Original illustrations by Johnny Gruelle enliven each page of this treasured children's d dolls for the ages 5/5(3). Before his death in he wrote some Raggedy Ann and Andy books, worth in the range of $50 to a $ today. It was his grandchildren who began marketing Ann and Andy in.

Raggedy Andy was punched quite out of shape and all jammed together, but when the man straightened out the funny little figure, Raggedy Andy looked up at him with his customary happy smile. The man laughed and carried little water-soaked Raggedy Andy into the house. "I guess your little girl must have dropped this rag doll down into the drain.

Raggedy Ann, heroine of the first book, was a favorite doll of his daughter, Marcella, who died after a long illness at the age of thirteen.

Johnny Gruelle eventually created over forty Raggedy Ann and Andy books, all capturing his unique version of ed on: Novem Raggedy Ann and Andy book.

Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Raggedy Ann and Andy and the camel with the wrinkled kneesRagg /5.HOW RAGGEDY ANDY CAME. One day Daddy took Raggedy Ann down to his office and propped her up against some books upon his desk; he wanted to have her where he could see her cheery smile all day, for, as you must surely know, smiles and happiness are truly catching.