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American Girl Series: Felicity

Meet Felicity Merriman–she loves riding horses far more than stichery or serving tea. When she falls in love with a beautiful chestnut, she schemes to save the mare from its cruel owner with the help of Ben, her father’s young apprentice. Yet as talk of revolution rumbles around her, Felicity finds it harder to tell right from wrong. Ben wants war, while her best friend Elizabeth’s family remains loyal to the king. Then Felicity receives an invitation to the Governor’s Palace–and she must decide where her own loyalties lie.
“What if a girl suddenly found herself in Felicity’s world during the American Revolution? Together, she and Felicity could hang out at her father’s store, sip tea at the Governor’s Place–or get caught up in a gunpowder plot! As she reads, she decides what happens next by choosing her own path through this multiple-ending story”

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Exciting new non-fiction titles!

Stone Age Science Buildings and Structures

Leo teaches his cat Pallas all about buildings and structures by applying his knowledge of science to their stone age world. Engaging illustrations and stories provide a fun introduction to science concepts, including ramps, forces and loads, tension, and more. Information boxes accompany each story to explore real applications of buildings and structures in the natural and designed world.

Stone Age Science Energy and Movement

Leo teaches his cat Pallas all about energy and movement by applying his knowledge of science to their stone age world. Engaging illustrations and stories provide a fun introduction to science concepts, including wind energy, air resistance, creating electricity, and more. Information boxes accompany each story to explore real applications of energy and movement in the natural and designed world.

Stone Age Science Materials

Leo teaches his cat Pallas all about different materials by applying his knowledge of science to their stone age world. Engaging illustrations and stories provide a fun introduction to science concepts, including the use of metals, concrete, crystals, melting points, combustion, and more. Information boxes accompany each story to explore real applications of materials in the natural and designed world.

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