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  • Cecile and Marie-Grace PB Box Set

    Denise Lewis Patrick, Sarah Masters Buckey, Christine Kornacki, Cindy Salans Rosenheim

    Paperback (American Girl, Aug. 30, 2011)
    This keepsake boxed set features Cécile's and Marie-Grace's six beautifully illustrated books. Discover what it was like to grow up in America during the 1850s.The set also opens up to a fun-filled game. Collect cards featuring Marie-Grace and Cécile's favorite things, and earn points as you move around the board. The first person to finish is not necessarily the winner. Roll the die and see what happens!
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  • A Smart Girl's Guide: Middle School: Everything You Need to Know About Juggling More Homework, More Teachers, and More Friends!

    Julie Williams Montalbano, Cathi Mingus

    eBook (American Girl, Sept. 1, 2014)
    Starting middle school can be scary. But knowing what to expect will make you feel more confident. Packed with tips and fun quizzes, here’s the inside scoop on topics like classes, lockers, homework, and getting involved in after-school activities. Get help deciding the best way to introduce yourself to those new classmates. Plus, you’ll read letters from other girls who were just as worried about starting middle school, and advice from girls who have already been there.
  • Brain Benders: Crosswords, Mazes, Searches, Riddles, and More Puzzle Fun!

    Darcie Johnston, Monika Roe

    Spiral-bound (American Girl, Aug. 28, 2014)
    Be prepared to bend your brain, flex your logic, and stretch your problem-solving skills! This book is filled with mind-bending and boggling puzzles to challenge even the most savvy puzzle lovers. You�ll find crosswords, word scrambles, logic games, mazes, math challenges, Sudoku, word searches, and more. So put on your thinking cap and get started!
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  • Ashlyn's Unsurprise Party

    Valerie Tripp

    Paperback (American Girl, Sept. 1, 2016)
    When Camille loses two teeth in one day, Ashlyn decides to cheer up her friend by throwing a party. The party is meant to be a secret so the other WellieWishers will be surprised too, but a rainstorm and other woes are on the horizon! Will Ashlyn accept help from her friends in order to get everything done? This story tells how Ashlyn learns to rely on others and that good friends can be the best surprise of all! Includes fun activities to do with your girl.
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  • The Sister Book: A Guide to Good Times with Your Family

    Kristi Thom, Brenna Vaughan

    Paperback (American Girl, Aug. 27, 2015)
    Calling all sisters! The Sister Book is for you! Whether your family is filled with girls or bustling with brothers, the bonds you share with your siblings are super-special, and this book is all about celebrating them. Find fun ideas for activities to do together, plus helpful tips on getting through rough times. Best of all, you'll find suggestions for making memories to last a lifetime. Includes great advice from real girls and stories from real sisters, too.
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  • A Smart Girl's Guide to Knowing What to Say

    Patti Kelley Criswell, Angela Martini

    Paperback (American Girl, June 1, 2011)
    A friend talks about you behind your back. What do you say to her? You want to watch a TV show that's on past your bedtime. How do you ask your parents? You break your friend's favorite CD. How do you apologize? In American Girl's latest Smart Girl's Guide, you'll learn the exact words to say in these situations, plus more than 200 others!. Tell a friend that you're sorry for her loss. Ask a teacher for more help. Stand up to a bully. Let someone know how much they mean to you. Inside this book, you'll find the tools, tips, techniques, (and actual words!) to help you untangle your tongue and speak out with confidence and grace.
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  • Doll Travel: Craft Your Way Around the World

    Emily Osborn

    Paperback (American Girl, Aug. 27, 2019)
    If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? Scuba diving on the Great Barrier Reef? Scooting around the streets of Italy? You can imagine your ideal around-the-world vacation by creating doll-sized trips using the ideas in this book. You'll also find a pretend passport, international maps, pretend airline tickets, souvenirs, doll money, and more. It's everything you need to create a one-of-a-kind experience for your doll and yourself.
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  • Rebecca: The Sound of Applause

    Jacqueline Greene

    Paperback (American Girl, Aug. 27, 2019)
    Rebecca Rubin was born for the stage. If only her very traditional family understood this! When her cousin Ana's family needs money to leave Russia, Rebecca puts on a sidewalk show, but all she earns is a scolding. Once Ana arrives in New York, Rebecca shares her room and her clothes and helps her cousin learn English. But when Ana is assigned to sing with her in a school program, Rebecca's heart sinks. Ana's Russian accent will ruin the show! Rebecca realizes her performance is one thing she does not want to share with her cousin. But how can she explain that to Ana?
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  • Rebecca Boxed Set With Game

    Jacqueline Greene, Robert Hunt

    Paperback (American Girl, Sept. 1, 2010)
    This keepsake boxed set features Rebecca's six beautifully illustrated books. Discover what it was like to grow up in New York City in 1914.The set also opens up to a fun-filled game. Collect cards featuring Rebecca's favorite things, and earn points as you move around the board. The first person to finish is not necessarily the winner. Roll the die and see what happens!Book Details:Format: Book+ToyPublication Date: 9/1/2010Pages: 550Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
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  • A Smart Girl's Guide: Making a Difference: Using Your Talents and Passions to Change the World

    Melissa Seymour

    Paperback (American Girl, Aug. 24, 2020)
    Girls have the power to make a difference, whether that's in their own lives, their community, or even the world! But it can be confusing to know where to start. From protecting our planet to helping animals to saying hello to someone who seems lonely, this book offers young readers lots of ideas -- big and small -- on how to spark change. The quizzes, tips, and inspiration from other girls will help her identify her talents, skills, and the causes she cares about most. Then she can find ways to take action and become a change-maker!
  • Historical Character Book 1

    Kellen Hertz

    Paperback (American Girl, Oct. 1, 2020)
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  • Caroline 1812: With Board Game

    Kathleen Ernst

    Paperback (American Girl, Sept. 4, 2012)
    American Girl newest historical character Caroline Abbott on the shore of Lake Ontario in Sockets Harbor, New York. Inspiring stories of Bravery and Kindness.
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