The endearing and popular Lettie Lane Paper Family had not been long absent from the pages of The Ladies' Home Journal when artist Sheila Young introduced Lettie's friend Betty Bonnet. The new paper doll was an immediate success: her inclusion in the journal from 1915 to 1918 delighted millions of ardent fans across the nation who waited eagerly for her monthly appearance. The Betty Bonnet paper dolls were so popular that today it is quite difficult for collectors to obtain uncut, unmarred Betty Bonnet sheets. Here on durable, full-color stock are reprints of 16 original Betty Bonnet sheets featuring Betty, her family and friends. It is little wonder that Betty Bonnet paper dolls have garnered appreciative audiences through the decades. Just a glance through these charming sheets filled with costumes of the pre-World War I period will captivate any viewer. Children will treasure the Betty Bonnet paper dolls for the hours of imaginative entertainment they can provide. Adults-paper doll and costume fanciers, nostalgia and Americana buffs-will enjoy the authenticity of these sheets and the sophistication with which the dolls are rendered.