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DAISY AND THE DOLL
Middlebury, VT : Vermont Folklife
IL K-3, RL 2.4
the 1890s, a little girl by the name of Daisy lived in Grafton, Vermont.
Daisy was the only African American girl in her class. For the last
day of school, the teacher planned a program for the students to give for
the community. All the girls were given pretty little dolls to carry.
But Daisy was given a very plain looking doll which was painted black.
She was ashamed of the doll and did not want to recite her poem.
Will her grandfather be able to help her?
African Americans -- Fiction.
Self-esteem -- Fiction.
Prejudices -- Fiction.
Dolls -- Fiction.
Schools -- Fiction.
Vermont -- Fiction.
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