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by Jacqueline Greene,Jennifer Hirsch,Robert Hunt
Pages: 96 pages
Category: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: American Girl (July 1, 2009)
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Book 4 of 6 in the American Girls Collection - Rebecca, 1914 Series. Ships from and sold by Jazzband Books.
I enjoyed this book and it'd be a great book for a young girl to read to learn more about the Jewish holiday, Hanukkah.
Book 1 of 6 in the American Girls Collection - Rebecca, 1914 Series. I enjoyed this book and it'd be a great book for a young girl to read to learn more about the Jewish holiday, Hanukkah. The author weaves the story of Hanukkah into the story, so like with the other American Girl books, children don't even realize they're learning. In this story, Rebecca also learns that hard work and doing what's right pays off, when she helps crotchety Mr. Rizzo, her buildings janitor when he's in need of a helping hand.
Robert Hunt (Illustrator). Rebecca's six-book set comes in a protective slipcase, and each story reveals more about this lively girl growing up in New York in 1914. They include Meet Rebecca, Rebecca and Ana, Candlelight for Rebecca, Rebecca and the Movies, Rebecca to the Rescue, and Changes for Rebecca. Every book features beautiful illustrations, plus a historical "Looking Back" section about life in Rebecca's time. Rebecca: An American Girl (Boxed Set) (American Girls Collection). Published June 1st 2009 by American Girl Publishing. Hardcover, 560 pages. Author(s): Jacqueline Dembar Greene. ISBN: 1593696264 (ISBN13: 9781593696269). ISBN: 1593695330 (ISBN13: 9781593695330).
Items related to Rebecca and Ana (American Girl Collection). Jacqueline Greene Rebecca and Ana (American Girl Collection). ISBN 13: 9781593695231. Rebecca and Ana (American Girl Collection). ISBN 10: 1593695233 ISBN 13: 9781593695231. Publisher: American Girl, 2009. I love that Rebecca is a Jewish American Girl and I love that her books deal with immigration, but I just don't think the Rebecca books are as well-written as the Samantha or Addy books, etc. There seem to be a number of missed opportunities in the writing-for example, in the first book Rebecca shows an interest in acting.
The American Girl series, by various authors, is a collection of novels set within toy line's fictional universe. Since its inception, American Girl has published books based on the dolls, with novels and other media to tie in with their dolls. The books follow various American girls throughout both historical eras and contemporary settings. The historical novels that have corresponding dolls are referred to as the Central Series.
American Girl Rebecca Rubin doll. Rabbi Jacqueline Koch Ellenson, Director of the Women's Rabbinic Network, Hebrew Union College. Guidance for girls today. Meet this Russian-Jewish girl growing up in New York in 1910-plus find her books, clothes, furniture, and more all at the official American Girl site. The challenges of the immigrant experience are a nearly universal story in the United States. Today’s girls can learn from Rebecca’s example of showing courage as she adapts to a new culture, and a kind heart as she welcomes more new Americans like herself. Discover more about Rebecca’s world. Act with strong character, onstage and off.