American Girl Book

Written by Amy Hall
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Girls of all ages appreciate the gift of an American Girl book, especially when the book is about her favorite American Girl doll. Parents appreciate American Girl books because they teach real-life lessons that are invaluable. In this day and age, it is more important than ever for parents to feel good about the reading material their children are exposed to on a daily basis.

Parents and teachers can feel secure knowing that American Girl books not only encourage reading, but that the messages contained in the text can be applied to life. For instance, American Girl Kit Kittredge is growing up in 1934 during the Great Depression. Through her trials and tribulations during this difficult time, she learns the lessons of hope, giving, and reaching out to those less fortunate. This is a lesson that applies today and will apply tomorrow and for years to come.

Another American Girl is Josefina Montoya, who is growing up in New Mexico in 1824. Josefina and her family must face the challenges that come with living off the land and encountering new American traders. The dangers of this time period are many, yet Josefina learns that by treating others as she wishes to be treated, she and her family can move forward with the changing times--another great lesson that can be applied to today's times.

American Girls' Important Life Lessons

If you have a special girl in your life that adores everything about American Girls, you might want to consider purchasing books for her next birthday or special occasion. There are a host of books to choose from, and the characters all have a corresponding doll. You can buy all American Girls products online, through vendors that sell unique gifts for both children and adults.

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