Books for Girls
Fancy Nancy, American Girls, Junie B. Jones
Pinkalicious and the Pink Pumpkin
Everyone knows that to keep Pinkalicious happy --- everything needs to be pink. But can she find a pink pumpkin?
365 Science Experiments
Use everyday materials to have fun and learn while doing science experiments.
Amelia Bedelia and the Surprise Shower
Don´t underestimate America’s favorite housekeeper! She literally changes everything in her efforts to follow directions.
Fancy Nancy Books
Meet Fancy Nancy. She loves to be fancy – she loves to wear feather boas, tiaras and sparkly shoes. She wants her family to be fancy and is more than willing to show them a thing or two to help them
Josefina's Craft book- review
During the 1820’s life on a New Mexico ranchero was busy from dawn to dusk. Girls like Josefina helped their mothers and grandmother with all the sewing, cooking, gardening and weaving.
Riddle of the Prairie Bride - Book Review
At the train station in Kansas, Ida Kate and her widowed father are waiting anxiously to welcome a mail-order bride and her baby. They have read all the letters she sent them and feel like they already know her.
Samantha's Cooking Studio -Book review
In Samantha’s kitchen in the early 1900s it seems very different from your kitchen today. However, at that time they feel like their cooking is now faster and easier than anyone before them.
The Candy Shop Wars
What if a new candy shop moved in to your small town? What if the candy was magic? Would you do anything to get some?
The Life and Times of Clara Barton Children's Books Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Children's Books Site Map
Clara Barton was known as the Angel of the Battlefield. At that time in history, (the eighteenth century) a woman was expected to marry. Clara Barton defied these conventions. She didn’t marry, was educated and worked. She did a man’s job and demanded a man’s wage.
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