by Yona Zeldis McDonough
This story follows three sisters in World War I era Brooklyn who help their parents run a doll repair shop. The girls love to play with dolls that have not been repaired yet, because they cannot afford to have dolls of their own. When the war starts, Papa can no longer get parts from Germany to fix the dolls and the family must come up with other creative ways to make money. Most of the dolls get sent back to their owners since Papa cannot fix them and the girls have to come up with new ways to play. Will they ever see their special dolls again?