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Books in American Girl series

  • Meet Josefina

    Valerie Tripp, Susan McAliley, Jean Paul Tibbles

    Paperback (Pleasant, Sept. 1, 1997)
    Josefina Montoya is growing up on a rancho near Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 1824. Ever since Mamรก died a year before, Josefina and her three sisters have been struggling to carry on without her. One bright fall day, happy news arrives--their beloved grandfather is returning home after a long trading trip. Josefina knows that he will bring exciting stories and wonderful treasures from his journey. But this time he brings something more--a great surprise that Josefina and her sisters never even dreamed of!
  • A New Beginning: My Journey with Addy

    Denise Lewis Patrick, Juliana Kolesova, Michael Dworkin

    Paperback (American Girl, Aug. 28, 2014)
    What if you suddenly found yourself in Addy Walker's world in the middle of the Civil War? How would you feel facing new freedoms and unexpected limits? Join Addy help newly freed people, raise money for soldiers, and search for Addy's family. Your journey back in time can take whatever twists and turns you choose, as you select from a variety of exciting options in this multiple-ending story.
  • Caroline 2014 Mini Doll:

    American Girl Editors

    Paperback (Amer Girl, Aug. 28, 2014)
    This 6-inch doll brings Caroline's world to life on a smaller scale. She arrives dressed in an outfit authentic to her era. Plus, she comes with a mini abridged version of her first book.
  • Kirsten's Story Collection

    Janet Shaw, Renee Graef

    Hardcover (Amer Girl Pub, Aug. 6, 2008)
    All six beloved Kirsten stories are bound in one keepsake volume. Set in 1854, each story reveals more of this brave girl who is making a home in a new land. The richly illustrated hardcover offers a glimpse into Kirsten's world. Inside, this book features even more full-color illustrations and words of inspiration that will delight girls who love Kirsten.
  • Innerstar University 4-Story Set

    Laurie Calkhoven, Arcana Studios

    Paperback (American Girl, Aug. 30, 2011)
    In these four books that take place at Innerstar University, girls can imagine that they're scoring a goal, dancing onstage, solving a mystery with friends, or doing a perfect dive. With more than 20 endings per book, readers can enjoy these books again and again. Plus, each book comes with a secret access code to unlock more endings online!
  • A Smart Girl's Guide to Friendship Troubles

    Patti Kelley Criswell, Angela Martini

    Paperback (American Girl, July 1, 2003)
    From backstabbing to bullying to just being left out, here's advice for girls about a whole host of friendship problems. How do you speak up for yourself when you're worried about hurting your friend's feelings? What if your best friend leaves you for the more popular crowd? What do you do when your friend the "rule setter" decides you're not cool anymore? When- and how- do you get your parents involved without making things worse? Tips, quizzes, and real life stories about girls who've solved their friendship problems round out this timely advice book.
  • Chocolate Chip Book & Plush

    American Girl Editors

    Spiral-bound (Amer Girl, )
  • Addy 3-Book Boxed Set

    Connie Porter, Denise Lewis Patrick, Juliana Kolesova, Michael Dworkin

    Paperback (American Girl, Aug. 28, 2014)
    Find adventure with Addy Walker in this three-book boxed set. Discover how a clever disguise helps in an escape to freedom, how Addy learns about true friendship, and what makes a Christmas shadow play unforgettable. Join a journey that leads to a double celebration on April 9th, and discover how Addy learns that hopes and dreams can live on in others. Then travel back in time with Addy in an exciting story that lets you choose what happens next!
  • Doll School: For Girls Who Love to Teach!

    Trula Magruder

    Hardcover (American Girl, June 1, 2009)
    Girls have been home-schooling their dolls for years, and now they'll have everything they need to make school role-playing even more fulfilling and fun!Doll School includes supplies and ideas to teach the most important classes in school. Girls can plan lessons. Create tests. Grade dozens of exams. Reward students. Set up a classroom. Create a working doll locker. And design bulletin boards. Plus, little library books, lunch room crafts, hall passes, and other school-activities will inspire girls to leave the classroom as students and enter their own schools as teachers. Friends can join in as substitute teachers, co-teachers, or coaches. Taking attendance, creating report cards, offering science field trips---all the chores and treasures of school life---will give girls and their dolls an A+ education in fun! There's the bell!
  • Doll School

    Trula Magruder

    Hardcover (American Girl, Feb. 15, 2013)
    Give your dolls an "A+" education! This book will teach you everything you need to know about starting a doll school--from planning lessons and grading tests to taking attendance and decorating your classroom. Includes a chalkboard, world map, report cards, library books, flashcards, hall passes, and other doll-sized school supplies.
  • Puzzle Palooza: Solve cool crosswords, wild word games, surprising searches, and more!

    Trula Magruder, Elisa Chavarri

    Spiral-bound (American Girl, Aug. 28, 2014)
    Celebrate life's exciting moments with cool crosswords, wild word games, surprising searches, and more. Colorful art makes solving these puzzles a blast, and solving with a few friends will make the fun even more fantastic!
  • Lights, Camera, Rebecca!: A Rebecca Classic Volume 2

    Jacqueline Greene, Juliana Kolesova, Michael Dworkin

    Paperback (American Girl, Aug. 28, 2014)
    Rebecca is thrilled to spend the day at a real movie studio, and when a super, spectacular opportunity presents itself, she is quick to volunteer! But how will this scene play out? Then, on a visit to Coney Island, Rebecca gets the chance to use her acting skills to lighten the mood in an embarrassing situation--and her climbing skills to rescue someone in a dangerous spot. But a factory tour makes Rebecca believe her skills are needed there, too. How can she help make things better--what part can she play?