Synopses & Reviews
One day Raggedy Ann takes a kite ride way up in the sky -- only to land in a bucket of paint! A friendly painter offers to fix her up like new, and it looks as though Marcella will have to part with her doll for a short time. But when Raggedy Ann comes back to Marcella, she's better than ever because of the painter's special gift.
Raggedy Ann has been beloved by children for many decades. In this new version of a classic, retold for young children, she and the other dolls in the nursery come to life with humor and spirit.
About the Author
Johnny Gruelle was a newspaperman. He wrote and illustrated many books about Raggedy Ann and her friends, whom he created for the enjoyment of his beloved daughter, Marcella. He died in 1938.