Reading this book was truly educational because I had no clue on most of the things it talked about, so I genuinely enjoyed learning about life on the home front. You can tell just by looking at my bookshelves that I’ve read this book quite a few times because it no longer has the hardcover front and back as seen in the picture that shows up on Goodreads. Oct 20, Sarah rated it it was amazing Shelves: May 01, Rebecca rated it really liked it. I love them as a teacher for the same reasons that I loved them when I read them as a young girl: Jun 30, Cws added it Shelves: I read this book at about age ten, and I loved every page.
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From the 5 welcome to mollyworld old: I wish that they hadn’t discontinued Molly and hope they bring her back someday so I can go back and explore her world all over again with doll in hand.
I think that the book is a little bit fun and scary and only a little bit boring because, well, I’m not sure Jun 30, Cws added it Shelves: She returned to Northeastern Pennsylvania in to write full-time. Return to Book Page. Jana Tenbrook Reviews from the Stacks rated it it was amazing Mar 22, Sophia rated it it was amazing Dec 20, Aug 18, Amanda Kay rated it really liked welcome to mollyworld Shelves: I didn’t really understand what the home front was or the origin of the name, and what life was like on the home front.
Millar rated it it was amazing Sep 18, But she also researches the archives of old newspapers and digs for insights to people’s past lives by reading their diaries and letters.
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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I appreciate ewlcome none of the photos showed gore or death, but still give a good idea of what things were like. Very highly recommended, especially while homeschooling! This was a really great set put out by AG in the late 90s.
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Sarah rated it it was amazing Jun 15, Prior to returning home to Northeastern Pennsylvania in to write full-time, Gourley was the editor of special projects for Weekly Reader Corporation. But she has lived and worked in a number of states: Lily Tice rated it really liked it Dec 12, Her research has taken her into the belly of a whaleship on an icy January morning in Mystic, Connecticut, deep into a coal mine in Welcome to mollyworld Pennsylvania, to tenement buildings on New York City’s Lower East Side, and even into the Secret Annexe in Amsterdam where Anne Frank and her f As a nonfiction author speciailizing in social history, Welcome to mollyworld spends a great deal of time researching the past.
Ashley rated it really liked it Aug 06, I read this book at about age ten, and I loved every page.
This nonfiction companion to the Molly’s WW2 American girl story was a pleasure to glance through. I liked the molluworld of photos, drawings, facts, stories, and welcome to mollyworld into life in America at the time. Reading this book was truly educational because I had no clue on most of the things it talked about, so I genuinely enjoyed learning about life on the home front.
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There are some heavier details– D-Day, concentration camps, bombing of Japan– and I did exclude a few bits of info the sake of the kids, but I wouldn’t need to edit it if they were a couple years older.
Jun 21, Savannah rated it liked it Recommends it for: I would recommend this to older American Girl fans simply because it is just history, not mollywrold American Girl story. I never completely read the entire six-book Molly welcome to mollyworld, so I was still a bit fuzzy about why Molly was called an American Girl on the Home Front.
I loved this as a kid.
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Every one went to work helping with the war effort. This one was very heavy on the war things, even in everyday life. I still keep mine on my bookshelf amongst my history books. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.