Raggedy Anns Lucky Pennies by Johnny Gruelle
When Raggedy Ann and Andy pick a lucky penny from the Lucky Penny Tree, they have no idea that it will lead them to all sorts of new friends and adventures Right after they meet a prince who has lost his memory, they are captured by the wicked King Growch, who locks them up in his prison coop. They escape thanks to Lovey Lou and Ponko the puppy dog, and soon learn that there is a mystery at the Kings castle -- and a missing prince. With the help of two nice witches, lots of wonderful friends, and their own wishing magic, the Raggedys do their very best to solve the mystery and restore happiness to the whole kingdom.
Enter the world of Raggedy Ann and Andy and delight in their whimsical escapades as they share their kindness and cheer with one and all. Raggedy Anns Lucky Pennies is one of the most charming Raggedy Ann storybooks. First published in 1932, it has now been restored to its original condition with spectacular full-color artwork. Readers will want to follow this tale to the end again and again.
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The Story of the Real ANNABELLE Doll
In , a mother purchased an antique Raggedy Ann Doll from a hobby store. The doll had been a birthday present for her daughter, Donna. Donna was a preparing to graduate from college with a nursing degree. She lived in a tiny apartment with her room mate, Angie. Within days both Donna and Angie noticed that there appeared to be something very strange and creepy about the doll. The doll mysteriously seemed to move about the house, relatively small movements at first, such as a change in position, but as time passed the movement became more noticeable. Donna and Angie would come home to find the doll in a completely different room.
A Possessed Doll
Portrayed by a rather evil looking screen double, the real Annabelle was actually a Raggedy Ann doll. They were originally released as dolls in and then in a series of books in Although many companies have been making Raggedy Ann dolls since , the Annabelle version was more than likely a Georgene Novelties or Knickerbocker Toy Company version. Her daughter, Donna, was sharing an apartment with fellow nursing student Angie. It was at their apartment that the doll became a vessel for the little dead girl. At first, her actions were rather benign.