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by Sarah Davis,Mary Casanova

eBook Grace (American Girl: Girl of the Year) download ISBN: 1609588916
Author: Sarah Davis,Mary Casanova
Publisher: American Girl (January 1, 2015)
Language: English
Pages: 200
ePub: 1721 kb
Fb2: 1995 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

Grace (American Girl: Girl of the Year). My nine-year-old daughter is American Girl crazy. We read together each night for 30 minutes, and it has been AG books every stinking night for the past few months.

Grace (American Girl: Girl of the Year). Lea and Camila (American Girl: Girl of the Year). She can't get enough of them, and my wife and I can't get enough of her actually picking up a book and reading through it. She needs plenty of help with all of the cooking-specific and French vocabulary in the Grace series, but she gobbles them up (no pun intended). 3 people found this helpful.

Grace (American Girl: Girl of the Year 2015, Book 1). Mary Casanova.

Mary Casanova Can three girls really make a difference? Grace is determined to tr. Chrissa Maxwell moves to a new school in the middle of the year, and the girls in her fourth-grade class are decidedly unfriendly

When Grace learns that her grandparents' bakery might be closing after 30 years, she's crushed. She can't imagine her life, or her hometown, without the bakery. Can three girls really make a difference? Grace is determined to try. Read online. Chrissa Maxwell moves to a new school in the middle of the year, and the girls in her fourth-grade class are decidedly unfriendly. On the advice of her grandmother, Chrissa tries first to be nice, and then to ignore the mean girls.

Discover the 2015 Girl of the Year, Grace Thomas. She's a girl with a mind for business who loves to bake! Help Grace make & bake a difference by joining the For Goodness Bake campaign to help fight hunger. She's a big-ideas girl who makes baking her business.

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Mary Casanova (Goodreads Author), Sarah Davis (Illustrator). She wants to start a business with her friends in Massachusetts, but her mother wants Grade to travel to France with her to help an aunt who is having a baby. Grace finds many adventures and challenges await her, both on her journey and at home.

Grace is the first book about Grace Thomas. Grace races downstairs in her pajamas and slides a few yards across the kitchen floor as her mother steps through the back door.

Nine-year-old Grace Thomas is always thinking up big ideas, like starting a business with her friends over the summer! When her mom announces a trip to Paris instead, Grace gets on board, but it quickly seems as if none of her plans are working out the way she'd hoped. She and her French cousin aren't getting along, and Grace's friends back home have started a business without her. Can she find the courage to stay open to new ideas and turn the summer around?
Comments: (7)
Yellow Judge
Another great girl of the year! My second grader loves reading American Girl books. This one is a bit harder due to the French words (pronunciations in back of book). Cute story (I read it too) about getting along with others, jealousy, and putting family first. Excited to read the next two books. Only regret is that I didn't buy from Scholastic instead. Books were only $6 thru them and I paid almost retail on Amazon. Plus with Scholastic my kids' school gets to earn points for classroom/library books.
As soon as Grace the doll came out for American girl , I wanted to read this book. I loved it! In this book 9year old Grace goes to Paris with her mom to help her aunt with a new baby. Grace is also excited to see her cousin . But when Grace gets there Grace can hardly communicate with her cousin and wants to go home. But while she`s there Grace has lots of adventures like meeting a stray French bulldog which she ends up taking home and seeing the Eiffel tower in person.
A wonderful story- my daughter and I enjoyed it equally. Grace is a great role model for girls- resilient, entrepreneurial and kind.
The descriptions of Paris are beautiful. It inspired my daughter and I to learn to make macarons, and she's asked me to teach her French! One of my favorite AG stories
I read Grace because I always like girl of the year books. If you like American girl books than you should read Grace. It's a book that is fun to read (not boring). It's probably for girls from about age 8 and up. Depends on your reading level. Maybe for 7 year olds. I definitely recommend this for American girl fans.
Thanks, my kid loves these books!
My 8 year old loves AG books!
my 10 yr old has wanted this book, and was absolutely thrilled to receive it. She said she read it in 2 days, as the story was SO good!
My daughter loved this book.