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Product Description: This kit invites girls to have fun with fashions from the 1940s. The Molly paper doll comes with beautiful outfits and accessories, plus a paper doll of Molly's English friend, Emily. The kit opens up into two pretty scenes. Girls can decorate the scenes with punch-out rugs, furniture, and the camp gear...read more

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9781593697624 | Act edition (Amer Girl Pub, August 2, 2010), cover price $12.95 | About this edition: This kit invites girls to have fun with fashions from the 1940s.

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Crafts, recipes, and games are designed to give a sense of the early 1900s, or the period setting for books in the American Girls collection which feature the character named Samantha. Original. (view table of contents)
By Dan Andreasen (illustrator), Ann Boyajian (illustrator), Tamara England (editor), Michelle Jones, Pleasant Company (editor) and Peg Ross

Paperback:

9781584855873 | Amer Girl Pub, September 1, 2002, cover price $12.95 | About this edition: Crafts, recipes, and games are designed to give a sense of the early 1900s, or the period setting for books in the American Girls collection which feature the character named Samantha.

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Provides a glimpse at western expansion in 1824 through the eyes of nine-year-old Josefina Montoya--a time when Spanish, Mexican, and Native American people shared the land and expansionists arrived by wagons from the east.
By Jodi Evert, Laszlo Kubinyi (illustrator), Yvette Lapierre, Peg Ross and Jamie Young (illustrator)

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9781562477691 | Amer Girl Pub, October 1, 1999, cover price $16.95 | About this edition: Describes the daily life and activities of Mexican Americans in New Mexico during the early 1800s including information about their homes, community, and links to Spain and Mexico.

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