A woman creates extraordinary dolls of every size, color, and expression. When giving them to children, she explains that "dolls are just like people. They need to be loved, held tenderly, and always respected for their uniqueness."
Mrs. Murphy's snobbish neighbors see her unusual home as a blemish in their otherwise perfect neighborhood. As they wander through Mrs. Murphy's Marvelous Mansion, each one learns the error of making judgments based on outward appearances.