Dory Fantasmagory by Abby Hanlon is an easy chapter book about an imaginative youngest child.
Dory gets no respect from older siblings Luke and Violet, but that's
all right by her, because she has a rich imagination, populated with
friends and villains who seem just as real to her as the people in her
family. She has fabulous adventures with these imaginary creatures, but
when she sacrifices her sister's favorite doll to one of them, will she
find that she has finally gone too far?
This is a quirky little
story that may appeal to readers familiar with other trouble-making
youngsters who populate the world of early chapter books. I found Dory a
little irritating, myself . . . but then again, I am an older sibling!
(Reviewed from a copy borrowed through my library system.)