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Molly Learns a Lesson by Valerie Tripp
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Jul 16, 2010

it was ok
bookshelves: childrens-books, historical-fiction, series, 2010
Recommended for: little girls, especially ones who like history
Read on July 14, 2010 , read count: 2

Another cute installment in the series, designed to teach kids the benefit of working together. I particularly liked this book when I was a kid because it was interesting to see how school was different for kids in the 40's, and because I found the discussion about war efforts fascinating, since we never had anything like that when I was growing up. This generation, on the other hand, has parents and siblings and other relatives fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, so many young readers will no doubt be able to understand wanting to feel like you're doing something to help, which I think will make this a book they can easily relate to. I think most little girls will like it anyway, though, especially if they're into history.
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