Annotations for Doctor Squash The Doll Doctor


Baker & Taylor
A reillustrated 1950s Golden Book by the author of Goodnight Moon finds a busy Doctor Squash attending a menagerie of afflicted toys whom he promptly renders "fit as a fiddle and right as rain" before falling ill himself and receiving grateful assistance from his former patients.

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Baker & Taylor
Doctor Squash has always taken care of the sick and injured dolls, until, one day, when Doctor Squash himself gets sick, all the dolls get together to help him get well.

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Random House, Inc.
From the Golden Books archives comes a Margaret Wise Brown gem, with fresh new illustrations!

Mother, Mother, I am sick
Call for the Doctor quick quick quick!

When tiny toys of all kinds cry, Doctor Squash comes running! Always ready to mend and soothe, to pat and prescribe, Doctor Squash helps each doll stay "fit as a fiddle and right as rain." And when the good doctor himself falls ill, you can be sure there will be a crackerjack team of dolls-turned-doctors ready to rush to his aid!

Beautifully reillustrated by David Hitch, this whimsical Golden Book from the 1950s will enchant a new generation.

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