Synopses & Reviews
Kiki loves Coco, her cloth doll. Coco loves Kiki, her girl. The two are never apart. It s as if they were made for each other. Together they travel to Paris and delight in the city of lights. But then Coco is separated from Kiki. Will she ever see her girl again? This sweet story about a doll and her girl, inspired by the lovely photography of Stephanie Rausser and a real hand-made doll created by doll maker Jess Brown, will charm readers of all ages.
An unusual story book, this one is illustrated with photographs rather than illustrations. Itand#8217;s a sweet tale about a girl and her doll in Paris with beautiful photographs by Stephanie Rausser. The story truly comes to life with a handmade doll made by Jess Brown that is featured in the book and can be purchased separately. - goop
About the Author
is an advertising and editorial photographer who loves photographing kids, especially her daughter Kiki. She sees the world for all its beauty and humor and loves making it a little more fun, pretty and inviting. She lives in Northern California. Nina Gruener
has written two other children's books, Above San Francisco
and Above New York.
She lives in Petaluma, California, with her husband and two children. Jess Brown
has always made dolls for her children, Stella and Tiger. Combining her love of antique textiles and the sensibilities of a comfort doll, she created a line of small rag dolls for her shop, Maude, in Petaluma, California. The dolls quickly won the hearts of adults and children alike.