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When Russian soldiers liberate Grafenort, the Nazi labor camp where she is a prisoner, nineteen-year-old Riva discovers that liberation doesn't mean the end of her hardship and suffering.
Cold and starving, threatened with rape by the same Russian soldiers who were her saviors, Riva makes her way to her old home in Poland, searching like so many others for family who may have survived. Strengthened by her mother's credo, as long as there is life, there is hope, and by the promise of a new love and a new life, Riva endures the long years of waiting for real freedom and a real home.
Picking up where her acclaimed memoir The Cage leaves off, Ruth Minsky Sender has written another inspirational document of the power of hope and love over unspeakable cruelty.
Comfort Kids Toddler Doll tg24
Soft sculpture, washable, jointed, Comfort Kids Doll. What a beauty, with her soft, ,dark brown short hair. Her hair is hand knit into a wig in eyelash yarn. Her eyes are large, gorgeous lavender blue with long, dark brown eyelashes. This soft sculpture Comfort Kids Doll is ready to be someones valentine. Her dress has a black background with red, purple and white hearts. It is trimmed in wide white lace with narrow lavender lace. The yoke of the dress is trimmed with white, purple, and red satin ribbon bows and two purple ribbon rosettes. She has a lavender stretchy hair band in her hair. She has white panties with white ruffles and a pink ribbon bow. A white slip trimmed with white lace at hem and a pink ribbon bow at neckline, white lace socks, and black mary jane shoes. This Comfort Kids doll is 22 inches tall. She is new. The front of her face is one piece. Her nose is soft sculpted on her face, not sewn on. Her ears are sewn into the side seams by machine. Her eyes are indented around top of eyelid to give a more real look to them. She has dimples on each side of her mouth. Her fingers are separated. I make all of her clothes except for her socks, and shoes . Her hair is made of washable eyelash yarn. It is hand knit into a wig and then sewn on carefully by hand with double upholstery thread. It takes me three hours to hand embroider her real life eyes. She has a beautiful smile and an adorable dimple on her chin. Comfort Kids are jointed at shoulders and hips so their arms and legs bend for sitting, sleeping, or for carrying around. They come complete with a belly button and a shaped bottom. Comfort Kids have dimples on their knees, elbows, and hands. Each doll I make is a one of a kind (OOAK), unique creation. The faces never come out the same. As I work, I love watching their personalities take shape. I may choose which eye, hair, and clothes color they will have, but each one chooses how she/he will look when finished. I use an easy care knit fabric called Windsor Comfort, for the doll. The clothes are made of washable fabrics. Comfort Kids are so cuddly and hugable. They can wear regular baby clothes. Washing instructions: Place inside a pillowcase that is then tied shut, they are completely machine washable on gentle cycle and machine dry on low setting. This makes them the perfect playmate for any age child or to just sit in your room to keep you company. Comfort Kids are very good company. They are excellent listeners. They always have a smile for you.doll
Day 264-- I know I can't be the only person who thinks dolls can be creepy sometimes. This doll isn't nearly as creepy in real life as I've made it look, and if you're one of those people who will have nightmares from seeing this, I'm really sorry. Originally, this was just a shot of one of the many baby dolls all over our floor. It was one of those days when I forgot to get a picture until bedtime and then had to find *something* for a subject. It got creepy in post processing because I was bored by the original. None of us really likes this doll. I'm not a fan of dolls that move in any way (creepy factor) and this one opens her eyes. When Emily got this doll, we had to perform an emergency voice-box-ectomy because it came with a pacifier and would cry if someone took the pacifier out of its mouth. Freaked poor Emily out; she was barely more than a baby herself, and it made her cry. I don't think Annika has any particular reason for not liking this doll; she is just especially partial to Emily's favorite doll. There's nothing special about that doll, but they both have to have it.
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