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Dollhouse Murders
Betty Ren Wright
0590434616
August 1989
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
Wright's taut, suspenseful novel proves a solid choice to kick off the Live Oak Mysteries audio series. The attic is always a great place to look for nuggets of one's family history, but when 12-year-old Amy explores her great-grandparents' attic, she uncovers clues to a chilling family secret. As Amy and her Aunt Claire sift through clothes, trinkets and other memorabilia, Amy comes across Aunt Claire's long-forgotten dollhouse, a finely crafted replica of the house they are in. Aunt Claire seems unusually distressed about the dollhouse and Amy is determined to find out why. The real fun begins when Amy learns that the dolls in the dollhouse move of their own willAand that they seem to be trying to tell her something. After a little sleuthing at the local library, Amy learns that her great-grandparents were...


The Authentic Tudor & Stuart Dolls' House

1861084064


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Book Description
For miniaturists who want to create truly authentic Tudor or Stuart dollhouses, this is the definitive sourcebook. Here are 415 color photographs, line drawings, and layout of half-timbered period houses, displaying regional variations, from Great Britain to Germany. A wealth of historical information, including actual room-by-room inventories from the period, shows crafters how to finish and furnish their dollhouses, from thatched roofs and nogged bricks to ovens and chamber pots, from dovecotes to musical instruments. Projects include a Panel-Framed House, a Tudor Kitchen Room Box, a Banqueting Hall, a Water Clock, a Birthing Bed, and many more.


Anatomy of a Doll
Susanna Oroyan
157120024X
Apr 1997
Paperback
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Amazon.com
More than just a dollmaking book, Anatomy of a Doll provides a fascinating overview of the creative process that has gone into dollmaking for centuries. With nearly 300 excellent photographs of her own dolls and those of many other accomplished artists, noted doll expert Susanna Oroyan offers instructions and ideas for a tremendous variety of cloth dolls. Separate chapters are devoted to the head, the body (including hands and feet), body joints, assemblies, and finishing details. There is enough practical information on all aspects of basic techniques to help the novice dollmaker, and even experts will discover an abundance of new ideas. Everyone will marvel at the unbounded creativity reflected in these remarkable figures.


Dollhouse Furnishings for the Bedroom and Bath: Complete Instructions for Sewing and Making 44 Miniature Projects
Shep Stadtman
048624590X
May 1984
Paperback
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Book Description
Complete guide to miniature woodworking, sewing, plus step-by-step instructions for 44 elegant dollhouse projects—quilts, pillows, towels, bedroom, ensembles, more.


Making Doll's House Miniatures with Polymer Clay
Sue Heaser
0304355704
Dec 2000
Paperback
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Book Description
“Here’s the definitive guide to manufacturers, tools, safety, and crafting. See how to intermix colored clays to obtain an even wider range of hues, and the different types of paints and varnishes...for adornment. Techniques for softening the clay, balling and rolling it, working with a knife, and sanding will assure good results.”—Doll Castle News.


The Dollhouse Mystery (The Nancy Drew Notebooks Series #58)
Carolyn Keene
0689865341
February 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
Is Nancy a dollhouse thief?It's volunteer week at Carl Sandburg Elementary School, and Nancy is very excited about her job. She will be walking Mrs. Rutledge's dog, Baby. Mrs. Rutledge owns the biggest, fanciest house in River Heights. And she also owns the smallest one -- a beautiful antique dollhouse. Nancy loves the tiny furniture and little windows of the dollhouse almost as much as she loves walking Baby. But one day, five pieces of doll furniture are missing, and Mrs. Rutledge thinks Nancy took them! But Nancy is a detective, not a thief...right? This time Nancy must use her very best detective skills to get herself out of trouble!


Dollhouse Decor: Creating Soft Furnishings in 1/12 Scale
Nick Forder, Esther Forder
0823012999
October 2001
Paperback
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From Library Journal
This book of needlework (soft furnishings) for dollhouses by the editors of International Dolls' House News contains projects similar to those in Pamela Warner's Miniature Embroidery for the Victorian Doll's House but has a broader scope, covering British styles from 1845 to the present. Projects for curtains, rugs, and accessories include descriptions of period furnishings, charts, patterns, and photos of the finished items in a dollhouse setting. These are cleverly designed needlework miniatures that add an authentic touch to period rooms and would be collectible in their own right by needlework enthusiasts. Highly recommended for public libraries. Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information, Inc.


Tasha Tudor's Dollhouse
Tasha Tudor
0316855219
Oct 1999
Hardcover
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Book Description
In Tasha Tudors Dollhouse, her extra-ordinary house is presented in full detail. There is antique, museum-quality furniture, a gilded birdcage, and even a working stove. With this captivating book, Tasha Tudor will expand her large and devoted readership to include all those who are enthralled by the miniature world of dolls and dollhouses. 110 colour photos are included.

About the Author
Harry Davis has studied the art of Tasha Tudor for almost thirty years. As Tasha's friend and collaborator for the past decade, he initiated her landmark exhibition at the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center in Williamsburg. Jay Paul, who has an M.F.A. in photography, was an award-winning photojournalist for fifteen years before joining the travel department at Southern Living. He now...


Build Your Own Inexpensive Dollhouse
Elmer J. Tangerman
0486234932
June 1977
Paperback
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Book Description
Anyone can build a dollhouse using just six basic tools (folding rule, square, saber saw, rasp, sander, and hammer) plus a single sheet of plywood. Easy-to-follow instructioins and tips, plus over 40 diagrams and photographs.


The Dollhouse Family with Sticker
Page Eastburn O'Rourke
0448418312
May 1998
Paperback
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Book Description
The doll family has lots to do inside their beautiful Victorian house. Sticker fans can join the fun in this natural follow-up to our best-selling The Dolls' Tea Party. Page Eastburn O'Rourke lives in Old Greenwich, CT.


Miniature Crocheting and Knitting for Dollhouses
Rosemary Drysdale
0486239640
January 1982
Paperback
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Book Description
40 tiny and charming delights—all easy to execute; requiring very little yarn, thread, or floss; and very little time. Complete instructions. 89 illus.


Doghouse to Dollhouse for Dollars
Jeanette Fisher
0974932809
February 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
Doghouse to Dollhouse for Dollars: Using Design Psychology to Increase Real Estate Profits by college instructor Jeanette Fisher. Easy Ways to Find, Finance, Fix & Sell Distressed Property. The ONLY book to reveal an interior designer’s secrets to making top dollar in real estate. Use Design Psychology to sell FAST, save time and money. Jeanette’s real estate investing method is unlike any other. Discover how you can find, finance, fix and sell distressed properties for higher profits using Interior Design Psychology. • Learn how to avoid boring "cookie-cutter" fix-ups, how to easily transform a dump into a dollhouse, and how to sell your property for more than the competition. • Find out how a twenty-year old woman made over $100,000 in a few months fixing and selling real estate. •...


Ryan's Room It's 2 Cute Dollhouse
Small World Toys - Ryan's Room
1400636477
September 2005
Other Format
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The Complete Book of Doll Making and Collecting
Catherine Christopher
0486220664
June 1971
(Paperback) - Revised Ed.
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Book Description
The most comprehensive book of its kind! Clear, nontechnical instructions for creating dozens of attractive dolls—from simple rag and novelty figures to elaborate creations built on wire frames and wearing historical costumes. There’s also fascinating information on the history of dolls, plus full directions for making a handsome dollhouse, complete with furniture and accessories.


The Haunted Dollhouse (Nancy Drew Graphic Novel Series #3)
Stefan Petrucha
1597070084
November 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
To celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Nancy Drew, this graphic novel features many subtle tributes to classic Nancy Drew adventures. River Heights is celebrating 'Nostalgia Week' and everyone in town is dressing up and acting like it was 1930 - including Nancy, Bess, and George! Wait till you see Nancy in her roadster! But when scenes of crimes displayed in Emma Blavatsky's antique dollhouse start coming true, Nancy has a full-blown mystery on her hands! Nancy's shocked when she stakes out the dollhouse, and witnesses a doll version of herself murdered! Will that scene become reality too?! Plus a preview of the next Nancy Drew graphic novel, 'The Girl Who Wasn't There.'  Ages 8 to 12.


Miniature Needlepoint Rugs for Dollhouses
Susan McBaine
048623388X
June 1976
Paperback
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Book Description
“Detailed instructions and techniques for charming miniature adaptations of many rugs....”—Fabric News.
37 rug designs charted for easy use on #18 and other-size canvas. Oriental, Persian, Early American, modern, animal skin, etc. Color charts for each design. Eight completed rugs in full color on covers.


Doll's House
Rumer Godden
014030942X
September 1976
Paperback
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Time Windows
Kathryn Reiss
0152023992
September 2000
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
Miranda can't explain her fascination with the dollhouse in the attic of her family's big, old house--no one would believe that she has discovered a time machine that allows her to see into the sometimes frightening lives of her house's previous occupants. But when her family begins to mirror the dollhouse family's ugly behavior, Miranda must act quickly to prevent disaster. Reiss puts a new twist on time travel in this suspenseful first novel. Reminiscent of The Indian in the Cupboard in its validation of children's play, this intricately woven ghost story pits its heroine against the forces of child abuse and untimely death in a deft, entertaining and inventive style. Ages 10-up. Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


Ready-To-Use Dollhouse Stained Glass Windows for Hand Coloring
Ed Sibbett, Jr.
0486237400
Jan 1979
Paperback
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Book Description
145 windows in the standard 1" to 1’ size printed on translucent paper. Color and mount to get stained glass effect.


Three-Dimensional Victorian Doll House
Designed by Willabel L. Tong
1581170297
February 1999
Hardcover
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Book Description
The Three-Dimensional Victorian Doll House is a beautifully illustrated carousel doll house with two stories and eight rooms. When you tie back the ribbons, the house stands on its own, revealing great decorative details and authentic-looking-pop-up period furniture - and press-out play dolls and accessories!

From the Publisher
A Three-Dimensional Victorian Doll House is one of our best-sellers and sure to please little girls from 3 to 10! This is a 4 section hardcover carousel playset with pop-ups, press-out pieces and a ribbon closure.


Miniature Iron-On Transfer Patterns for Dollhouses, Dolls, and Small Projects
Rita Weiss
0486237419
Feb 1979
Paperback
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Book Description
Create lovely dollhouse rugs, quilts, pillows, bedspreads, chair seats, more, with over 100 reusable miniature transfer patterns. Designs for various parts of your dollhouse and other small projects. Over 100 designs.


Ultimate Dolls' House Book
Faith Eaton
1564586162


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From Booklist
Even for those readers with grown children or those without offspring, Eaton's latest contribution to the literature documenting dolls' houses is a joy--and an education--to peruse. Though the text and color photographs are squeezed to conserve space on the page, this exploration into both the contents and fa{‡}cades of more than 35 miniature homes yields an appreciation of the crafts involved--e.g., woodwork, furniture making, needlework, stonework, ceramics, and, in general, all the arts incorporated into real-life dwellings. Eaton uses more illustrations than words; for each of the houses featured she includes provenance (when known), brief descriptions of exterior and interiors, and individual photographs of furniture, dolls, and decorative accessories. These miniatures prove that there is indeed great beauty in...


Dolls House Needlecrafts: Over 250 Projects in 1/12 Scale
Venus A. Dodge
0715313584
April 2002
Paperback
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Book Description
The most comprehensive book of needlework and craft projects for the dolls' house from a team of acknowledged experts. Venus Dodge conceived this book as a real inspiration, full of new ideas and expert practical advice to help both beginners and experienced miniaturists. Together her team produced an impressive and comprehensive range of projects covering every aspect of dolls' house furnishing--from carpets to corsets and sofas to shopping bags.


Dollhouse Style
Kath Dalmeny
0762413255
August 2002
Hardcover
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