One Hundred and Two Uses for Those !*! Dolls

Description

Contains Illustrations
$5.95
ISBN 0-920151-02-7

Publisher

Year

1984

Contributor

Reviewed by P.J. Kemp

P.J. Kemp was a journalist living in Brigham, Quebec.

Review

In the tradition of “several disgusting things to do with dead cats,” ...Those Dolls shows what can be done with Cabbage Patch Dolls. These uses include ash trays, targets at a shooting gallery, pin-cushions, bell clappers, and other purportedly amusing suggestions.

Obviously, the publishing industry isn’t working up a sweat to: redeem itself when facetious, pricey stuff like ...Those Dolls continues to be churned out like so much toilet paper.

Citation

Temple, Leisa J., and Robert R. Gale, “One Hundred and Two Uses for Those !*! Dolls,” Canadian Book Review Annual Online, accessed May 30, 2024, https://cbra.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/37030.