Publish date: September 1st 2000
Publisher: Perfection Learning
Pages no: 77
Edition language: English
Series: American Girls: Kit (#1)
Meet Kit begins with Kit writing a newspaper every day for her dad when he comes home from work. But, when the family has some guests staying with them, and the news about Kit’s father’s job things start getting more and more complicated for Kit. The depression is a horrible thing to live through an...
This is one of the many American Girl doll books. These are very girly books that I would just love to have in my classroom library. They go with each of the very popular dolls and it's neat to have one of these dolls and then be able to read "their story." They are all educational as well because e...
I have 2 American Girl dolls, Kit and Ruthie. When I received the dolls for Christmas a few years ago, I also got this book and another American girl book, I think. Kit is a nine or ten year old girl growing up during the Great Depression. She loves writing and wants to be a reporter when she grows ...
Cute. It went really fast. Almost like there really wasn't a story line.
Not a bad book really - introduces children to the concepts of the Great Depression and economic hardships in a fairly painless way. I mean it's no Grapes of Wrath, but everyone has to start somewhere. What I like about this book is that Kit isn't perfect. She resents the changes in her life and ...