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review 2017-04-07 22:22
Play Ball, Amelia Bedelia (I Can Read Level 2) - Peggy Parish,Wallace Tripp

I personally grew up reading Amelia Bedelia when I was younger. My mom would read this book to me and I would read this book all myself. Amelia is a funny character that loves to do thing you tell her to do but literally. I can share this book with my classroom just to have a book to giggle at and to have fun with. 

RL: 2.8

LS: GLE

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review 2016-10-24 16:07
Meet Molly by Valerie Tripp
Meet Molly: An American Girl - C.F. Payne,Valerie Tripp

Meet Molly begins with Molly and her friends wanting to have some really great Halloween costumes this year, but she may not get to be Cinderella if they can't make the costumes. Everything is being saved for the war, and Molly and her family are constantly missing their day while he's away in the war right now.

But, Molly, her family and friends all get together to bring a little fun to their life during the Halloween season.

This book wasn't as good as some of the others in this series. I had a really hard time liking Molly. I really felt like she was kind of self-centered, and mean to her brother and friends at times.

However, it did end in a nice way so that was enjoyable and I do look forward to reading more of her story.

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review 2016-10-24 15:15
Meet Kit An American Girl by Valerie Tripp
Meet Kit: An American Girl 1934 - Valerie Tripp

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 and Kit must learn how to deal with her family changing as they try to make it through such a hard time.

Kit was an amazing little girl with a great big spirit. She was super smart, and savvy as well. I love that she loved to write newspapers, and how she wasn’t going to give up. She was constantly looking for a good story, and even when things got hard she still wanted to keep her dream.

I can’t wait to read more about Kit, she’s a great character in this story!

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review 2016-09-18 14:14
Meet Felicity: An American Girl
Meet Felicity: An American Girl - Luann Roberts,Valerie Tripp,Dan Andreasen
Meet Felicity begins with Felicity going to the store in town that her father owns and runs. She would rather help out in the store then have to go home and help with baking or sewing. But, that's what she must do for now. However, when she over hears that the mean man in town got a new horse she wants to take a look at it. 
 
And when she does she falls in love with the horse, but she also sees that the horse is being mistreated, and Felicity will do whatever it takes to help get the horse away from that vile man. 
 
This book was one of the BEST I've read of the American girl collection so far. I adored Felicity, she's such a strong willed, impatient, kind  little girl with a whole lot of guts as well. I also really loved the story in this one more than some of the others that I've read. 
 
Now, I can't wait to read more of Felicity's stories! 
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review 2016-05-23 00:00
Samantha's Winter Party
Samantha's Winter Party - Valerie Tripp Cover: Pretty
Rating: 3 stars
Overall: Short and Sweet
Characters: Believable
Plot: How to be a good friend
Page Turner: Yes
Series Cont.? N/A
Recommend: Yes


SUMMARY (50 word or so)

It was short, but I enjoyed seeing how the friends would solved their problems, and were able to enjoy their time together. Filled with the Spirit of Christmas join Samantha and friends in this touching tale.

To see my full review and my other reviews, visit my blog:
http://adventuresthruwonderland.blogspot.com/
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