Imagine Sir Arthur Conan Doyle dressed up as Sherlock Holmes, Agatha Christie playing Miss Marple, and Charles Dickens himself as Marley's ghost! This unique collection features 35 paper dolls of famous authors, each with costumes depicting characters from their best-known works—plus a few surp... read more
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Imagine Sir Arthur Conan Doyle dressed up as Sherlock Holmes, Agatha Christie playing Miss Marple, and Charles Dickens himself as Marley's ghost! This unique collection features 35 paper dolls of famous authors, each with costumes depicting characters from their best-known works—plus a few surprises.
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