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|Author||Carolyn Sherwin Bailey|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
The protagonist is Miss Hickory, a doll made from a forked twig from an apple tree and a hickory nut for her head (hence her name). She lives in a tiny doll house made of corncobs outside the home of her human owners. Her world is shaken when the family decides to spend the winter in Boston, Massachusetts, but leave her behind. Miss Hickory is aided during the long cold winter by several farm and forest animals. Prickly and a little stubborn, she slowly learns to accept help from others, and to offer some assistance herself.
- The Newbery Companion by John Thomas Gillespie and Corinne J. Naden, Libraries Unlimited, 2001, Miss Hickory, pages 141-4, synopsis, themes and background.
- A reference site for Carolyn Sherwin Bailey's book Miss Hickory
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