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Rereading the American Girl books because springtime makes me nostalgic I forgot how good this one was. Years ago, but noting it here in honor of the teatime at the American Girl Place with dear family earlier this week. So fun to revisit my favorite American Girl from when I was growing up Felicity was one of my favorite of the American Girls She lives in a fascinating time period, which is explored through her relationships and her reactions to events, in a manner that brought the American War for Independence and its issues to life for me in a way no textbook ever could Felicity is a young girl when unrest begins brewing between the Colonists and the Crown When war breaks out, her neighbors and even her own family find themselves on opposite sides She has to choose her own side and also learn to appreciate the choices of others She also loved horses So cute I think it was an average book so I only rated it three stars, but I still greatly enjoyed reading it. So much nostalgic love for these American Girl books I think they are so great for getting young girls interested in history and inspiring them to do good and try their best Felicity is so fun, energetic and spunky and is such a joy to read about. I thought this book was great I loved the characters, and the adventure, and I think any American girl fan will enjoy this book *Free Kindle ⇙ Meet Felicity: An American Girl (American Girls: Felicity, #1) ⇲ Amazing Ebook, Meet Felicity An American Girl American Girls Felicity, 1 Author Valerie Tripp This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Meet Felicity An American Girl American Girls Felicity, 1 , Essay By Valerie Tripp Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You 3.5 I always loved the horse theme with the Felicity books I love reading about Felicity Meet Felicity by Valerie Tripp Pleasant Company Publications, 2000 Pages 69 Genre Historical fiction, Chapter Story Grade Level 3 5 Lexile Level 600L Guided Reading Level QIn this thrilling short chapter story, readers are swept back in time to colonial America in 1774 Times are starting to become turbulent for young Felicity Merriman and her family Felecity s father is a shopkeeper in Williamsburg, Virginia and, as such, must decide whether he stands with the Patriots or the Loyalists when tensions begin to rise over King George s actions against the colonists The story is told from Felicity s perspective and centers mainly on her desire for a horse Throughout the story, there are illustrated pictures of scenes in the book The author also put images of historically significant images that may be foreign to the reader with labels of what they are and what they are used for Although the main storyline in this book is about Felicity s attempt to secure a horse, there are many underling historically accurate parts to the story such as the gender specific roles of boys and girls of the era Additonally, the rising issues of the colonies against their Mother Country, England are highlighted in this book.One teaching idea that could be used with this text is to have students read the text and then discuss gender roles of that era It is often times difficult for students to fully understand the different roles girls and boys were expected to fulfill in their lifetime and in this story Felicity goes out of the norm for girls of her generation when she steals a horse wearing breeches and when she wants out of life than to simply learn how to sew The story also discusses a young boy who apprentices at her father s shop By reading this book students can take a better look at life in colonial era and better understand how significant the change in the role of women was from pre American Revolution to during the American Revolution when they went with their husbands and assisted on the battle front.CCSS.ELA Literacy.RL.5.2CCSS.ELA Literacy.RL.5.3