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15 Dolls of Famous Women Authors

By Stephanie Precourt |

Favorite author of "Blubber" and "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret" Judy Blume in doll form!

We  first caught sight of these awesome wooden dolls of favorite female writers thanks to Jezebel. Debbie Ritter’s Uneek Doll Designs on Etsy sells a collection of handmade characters from literary history. Debbie has given her permission to feature some of her hand-painted miniatures of the famous women authors we love (Judy Blume! Erma Bombeck! Madeleine L’Engle!) in the gallery below. 

Pair one of these dolls with their matching book, and you’ve got the perfect gift, right? I checked and there is still time to order for Christmas! And for the non-readers on your list, the clever and very talented artist also sells dolls of celebrities, historical men and women, and famous artists. Neil Diamond, anyone? Hello!

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Favorite Women Authors as Dolls

Mary Higgins Clark

I'll never forget the first book I ever read by best-selling novelist Mary Higgins Clark: A Cry In The Night. I was probably much too young to be reading it at the time, but I was hooked.
Mary Higgins Clark by Uneek Doll Designs

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Read Stephanie’s posts at Strollerderby and her personal blog, Adventures in Babywearing.

Photo credit: Uneek Doll Designs

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  1. Rhonda says:

    Very interesting. I wouldn’t mind a Neil Diamond doll.

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