The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate Dicamillo
Reviewed by Jenny Sawyer
Christian Science Monitor
"True confessions. On a forlorn little shelf in a dark closet, deep in the recesses of my parents' basement, sits a family of dolls. My dolls. Because, well, even these many years later, I can't quite bear to give them up. Unlike the character at the center of Kate DiCamillo's newest offering — The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane — my beloveds aren't handcrafted or made of china or in possession of an extraordinary wardrobe. But just like Edward (who happens to be a rabbit, not a doll) they were, for years, the center of my universe. Magical. Loyal. And infinitely lovable." Read the entire Christian Science Monitor review.