Ebook Molly Learns a Lesson American Girls Molly #2 Read
Ng up This generation on the other hand has parents and siblings And Other Relatives Fighting other relatives fighting Ira 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 I love the character development that Molly goes through in this book She sees a problem and wants to correct it and believes that her idea is better and practical However she doesn t Have The Courage To Speak the courage to speak She tries to implement another idea on her own but discovers that she needs the help of the group in order to make it a success Finally she gathers the courage to speak her mind in a kind way and the results are that the group listens to her ideas and helps her with her other project tooI love that Molly is a problem solver Her personality is so strong and smartThe writing style in this book is ust perfect and we can really follow Molly s ourney and feel each scene with herI love the historical information at. S the war has brought and she especially misses her father who is away caring for wounded has brought and she especially misses her father who is away caring for wounded But Molly learns the importance of getting along and pulling together u. .
Valerie Tripp Þ 2 Read.
The back of the book that talks about how civilians would assist in the war effort during the 1940s It s wonderful to see such a vivid glimpse of how people lived back then THIS BOOK WAS ALSO VERY GOOD This book is about what people were doing during World War II as far as trying to help the war effort from their schools The various classes at Molly s schools are coming up with different methods to help things like scrap metal drives and sewing things that soldiers can useWhen the decision is made on what Molly s class will do Molly disagrees and ends up trying to come up with a project of her own that she and two of her friends can do They end up involved in the original project though and involved in the original project though and up changing that to something even better that all the girls end up having fun being involved inThere s the usual historical section and in this one it talks about the various scrap metal and other drives that were done If you look at any high school yearbooks from the war years you will probably see things that the high school students did for the war effort A pretty cute book in the Molly series. St as her country has to do "to win the war Molly plans a secret project to win her school's Lend a Hand "win the
Molly plans a secret project to win her school's Lend a Hand But the project tums out be harder than Molly had though. LOVE I T Molly was my least favorite American Girl when I was little but after re reading this book when S discovered American Girl books this summer I don t know why Molly is great This is definitely my least favorite of any ag book I thought Molly was pretty ok but her friends were whiny and they griped the entire time She s obviously was pretty ok but her friends were whiny and they griped the entire time She s obviously 3rd wheel to them And it seemed to go nowhere fast the story Maybe Molly ust doesn t appeal to me like Rebecca or Felicity do but still Just Rereading For My rereading for my American girl I loved Molly growing up this was such a sweet throwback Very uick read Would have been nice to see if the boys accomplished their project Thewar Molly plans a secret project to win her school's Lend a Hand But the project tums out
Looking Back Section At The End Of The Book Isback section at the end of the book is great way to teach girls how it was back then 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 growi. Molly is a lively lovable schemer and dreamer growing up in 1944 Her stories describe her life on the home front during World War Two Molly doesn't like many of the change.