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Meet Julie (American Girls: Julie, #1) Meet Julie (American Girls: Julie, #1)
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avg rating 3.92 — 2,828 ratings — published 2007
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Meet Kaya (American Girls: Kaya, #1) Meet Kaya (American Girls: Kaya, #1)
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avg rating 3.91 — 2,859 ratings — published 2002
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Meet Caroline (American Girls: Caroline, #1) Meet Caroline (American Girls: Caroline, #1)
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avg rating 4.14 — 1,360 ratings — published 2012
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Becky Albertalli
“I remember when this store opened," Morgan says. "I was obsesed with American Girls."
Anna raises her eyebrows. "You're still obsessed."
"Not with all of them." Morgan swipes her. "Just Rebecca. But, like, she's Jewish, so she's family.”
Becky Albertalli, Leah on the Offbeat

“Ever see something in a store that you gotta have? How about those rainbow suspenders you wore only once? Prevent the "wish-I-hadn't"s by asking yourself these questions:

*Will I use it or wear it often?
*Will I use it or wear it a couple months from now?
*If I get it, will I have enough money for what I'm saving for?

If the answer to any of these questions is no, you might want to think twice. If you still aren't sure, try waiting a week to see if it has the same appeal.”
Ingrid Roper, Moneymakers: Good Cents for Girls

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