Addy s Summer Place Fresh New Adventures for Beloved Characters American Girls Short Stories TM These perfectly pocket size hardcover books feature exciting new adventures for the popular American Girls characters

  • Title: Addy's Summer Place
  • Author: Connie Rose Porter
  • ISBN: 9781584856979
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fresh New Adventures for Beloved Characters American Girls Short Stories TM These perfectly pocket size 41 2 6 hardcover books feature exciting new adventures for the popular American Girls characters Each book features full color illustrations, a historical picture essay, and directions for a fun activity At Cape Island, New Jersey, Addy eats at an ice cream parloFresh New Adventures for Beloved Characters American Girls Short Stories TM These perfectly pocket size 41 2 6 hardcover books feature exciting new adventures for the popular American Girls characters Each book features full color illustrations, a historical picture essay, and directions for a fun activity At Cape Island, New Jersey, Addy eats at an ice cream parlor and feels very grown up But when a white girl is unfriendly with her, Addy wonders whether she is really ready to be a young lady.

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      Published :2018-09-09T04:04:34+00:00

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    1. addy & her family take the train to cape island, new jersey (now cape may) for a summer holiday. mr. walker is employed doing some construction work there. he's been living there for a while, & so has snares set up in the woods to catch rabbits. he notes that someone has been stealing rabbits from his trapse next day, addy & esther have a run-in with a little white girl about addy's age. her little brother says hello to esther & the girl yells at him for talking to a "colored" gi [...]

    2. Addy’s family have gone to a summer vacation where her poppa is working. She loves being there with the sun and sea, getting to go in the woods again with her poppa and search their traps. But even on her vacation she comes across prejudice for the color of her skin, but she rises above her anger and uses the kindness of her heart even for people that were mean. This was an okay story, it didn’t hold anything particularly special but it was still cute, her dressed up wanting to be a grown up [...]

    3. First of all, I was wondering where Sam was. It really didn't say. I also felt like it wasn't so much of a story, though it did have a moral lesson at the end.

    4. This is one of the American Girls Short Stories books.Addy, her mother, and her sister, Esther, are going to New Jersey for a Fourth of July holiday. They are going to visit Addy's father, who works there.They had to ride in a train car that was for colored people only, and they had some ice cream at a ice cream parlor that was, again, for colored only. Addy runs into a young white girl who hates black people.Addy's mother tries to explain to her why she has to remember to “stay in her place. [...]

    5. The one complaint that i have with this story is how just about every book has to be a lesson in segregation. Please, can the company just make a doll for 1950's America and be done with it? I wanted this to be more of a look at what a summer vacation might look like and not more about keeping in your place. It's not that I don't appreciate that these things happened, it's that the author hits the reader over the head with it so much that I started feeling a bit bludgeoned after awhile. More del [...]

    6. this story has an even stronger message, one in which only one word can succeed in describing. Set in the summer of 1864, Addy, Momma, and baby Esther travel from Philadelphia to Cape Island, New Jersey, to visit Papa for the Fourth of July. While attempting to act like a proper young lady, Addy finds it difficult to do so when a wave of changes and decisions comes her way. The foremost change comes to reality however, when she is exposed to the life of one poverty-stricken, white family

    7. This review is from the perspective of a mother.This is another of Addy's stories that I think was short-changed as a story and deserved fleshing out into a book. Although it was fun to learn more about what Addy's family was up to in the post-war period, the story format really barely allowed for much in-depth, and the historical wrap-up was repetitive to some of the other books.

    8. One day Addy's mom surprised her that they are going to Cape Island were her dad works . When they were at Cape Island Addy was the first one to see their dad . Her dad took them out for ice cream . When they were at the camp Addy could see the five-story hotel her dad was working on . Addy got her working clothes on to go with her dad to see the traps for rabbits.

    9. A great storyline for Addy and her family going on their first seaside vacation. Addy and her sister encounter a girl and her brother at the stream. The girl is quite mean to Addy and her sister then the girls leave to go back to their camp. The story in my opinion was good, but there was no resolution to the girl and her family and Addy' s family.

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