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by Nick Backes,Valerie Tripp

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Author: Nick Backes,Valerie Tripp
ISBN: 1584850361
Language: English
Pages: 40 pages
Category: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Amer Girl Pub (March 1, 2000)
Rating: 4.2
Formats: rtf mobi mbr lit
FB2 size: 1324 kb | EPUB size: 1787 kb | DJVU size: 1501 kb
Sub: Kids

Molly and the Movie Star is part of the Short Stories collections featuring Molly McIntire.

Molly and the Movie Star is part of the Short Stories collections featuring Molly McIntire.

Molly's Cooking Studio. Molly Learns a Lesson: A School Story (American Girls: Molly, by. Valerie Tripp, Nick Backes (Illustrator).

Relates the adventures of Molly McIntire, a girl growing up during the difficult days of World War I. The book may be personalized and could contain page markers or stickers. We ship Monday-Saturday and respond to inquries within 24 hours.

Set in Jefferson, Illinois, Molly is a normal, lively girl on the homefront during World War . Book 1. Meet Molly: An American Girl. Shelve Molly's Short Story Collection. Shelve Molly and the Movie Star.

Set in Jefferson, Illinois, Molly is a normal, lively girl on the homefront during World War I. merican Girl series:Kaya, 1764, Felicity, 1774, Ca. .

Illustrated by. Keith Skeen, Nick Backes. The American Girls Short Stories: Molly and the Movie Star by Valerie Tripp (2000, Hardcover).

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Nick Backes illustrated Molly' series and short stories.

Пользовательский отзыв - Rebekah - Goodreads. I loved this books as a wee girl. Rowland envisioned the books as one of the cornerstones of a new company she had just founded in Middleton, Wisconsin called the Pleasant Co. Tripp's first assignment for Pleasant Co. was writing four of the six books about Samantha, a girl in turn-of-the-century America. Tripp then wrote about Felicity, who lived at the time of the American Revolution; Molly, whose life is set during World War II, and Josephina, a girl who lived in 16th-century New Mexico. Nick Backes illustrated Molly' series and short stories.

American girl doll movies. Collection by Edward Wong. Yes, Molly used to have. American Girls Molly McIntire and Emily Bennett go rollerblading in Molly's book "Happy Birthday Molly".

Based on several of the "Molly; An American Girl" books, this story is set in 1943 in the fictional town of Jefferson .

Based on several of the "Molly; An American Girl" books, this story is set in 1943 in the fictional town of Jefferson, Illinois during World War II. Molly McIntire and her family are learning to cope with the changes the war has brought to their close-knit family. Molly misses her father who went overseas to care for the wounded soldiers. As they try to keep things running smoothly, Molly enters a dance contest at school. I was actually really surprised to come on here and find out how recent this movie was done!

The American Girl series, by various authors, is a collection of novels set within toy line's fictional universe.

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.

Molly is eager to meet a famous movie star at a War Bond rally, until she cannot find the money that her class had collected to buy a bond, in a new American Girls story which includes information on movies during World War II and a recipe for popcorn.
Comments (2)
Kulafyn
Easy to read in one sitting, which is unusual for chapter booksfor this age group.
Story much too typically sitcom-like. Toopredictable. Young kids may find this enjoyable though.
Some historical references give insight into life in the US 1940s. END
Enditaling
This book is very good for younger girls who love the American Girls but do not feel ready for a full-length Molly book, or a book to take on a short trip and challenge a girl who is learning to read. Molly, nine years old during WWII, has sold War Bonds after hearing her idol, a movie star, tell her to support the country. Molly makes plenty of money selling the bonds and can't wait to present it in person to her favorite actress when she comes to town. Frightened that the money might be taken, she hides it in a clever way she saw on one of her idol's own movies for safekeeping. But when it comes time to present the money, Molly can't remember where she hid it! Will she turn her efforts into a disaster or will the day be saved? Read about Molly's adventure in this excellent short-story book.