by Dare Wright
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An easy-to-read story, highlighted by black-and-white photographs, centers on a lonely doll named Edith who finally finds friendship with two visiting teddy bears
January 5, 2005 A new biography tells the story of Dare Wright, whose popular Lonely Doll children's books reflected her own troubled childhood. Jean Nathan discusses Dare's life with NPR's Steve Inskeep.
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