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Felicity Story Collection (American Girls: Felicity, #1-6) [Download] ➺ Felicity Story Collection (American Girls: Felicity, #1-6) By Valerie Tripp – Buyprobolan50.co.uk All six beloved Felicity stories are bound in one keepsake volume Set in 1774 each story reveals of this spirited American Girl who is growing up during a revolutionary time The richly illustrated har All six beloved Felicity stories are bound in one keepsake volume Set in each story reveals of this spirited American Girl who is growing up during a revolutionary time The richly illustrated hardcover offers a glimpse into Felicity's world Inside this book features even full color illustrations and words of inspiration that will delight girls who love Felicity.

10 thoughts on “Felicity Story Collection (American Girls: Felicity, #1-6)

  1. Cori Cori says:

    I owned the box set of the Felicity series when I was little my second favorite American Girl after Kirsten Awwww

  2. Katie Katie says:

    I love these books and read them at least once each season as time passes both in our world and in the books I adore Felicity's adventures and high spirits which I feel would not be much diffrent from mine if I lived in that era I have also collected the doll and as many of the accessories as I can afford they are uite pricy from American Girl Co

  3. Kristen L Kristen L says:

    Definitely remember Felicity's stories being much cooler but alas in the last book her mother says to her think of how you've changed in the past year You're not the flighty headstrong cold you used to be Much of this series is about how fun taming girls can be interspersed with Patriot vs Loyalist historyBut don't get me started on the fact that her grandfather owned a PLANTATION and the book never even gave those enslaved a second thought? Abolitionists did exist in this time period

  4. Taylor Taylor says:

    Felicity Merman is growing up in a time of very feirce loyalty and Firey Independence Just as America is about to break free from englands rule Everyone around her her friends family everyone is taking different sides With her passion and her courage felicity must find a way to hold both love and loyally in her heart MEet felicity is all about how felicity tries to get the hoarse she has allways dreamed of from that wretched Jickey Nigh who treats her like dirt Felicity learns a lesson is all about how felicity learns how to be a prouper young lady In felicity's surprise felicities mother sadly passes away but the seamstress surprises her with a beautiful ballgown for the royal ball In felicity saves the day Penny felicity's horse is going to have a foal and jiggie nigh is very ill in jail Will felicity save him? You will have to read the book to find out DI LOVED this book i even read it on the car ride to disneyland it was so good

  5. Rachel Rachel says:

    Felicity's world seemed the most inaccessible to me growing up considering that she was the oldest character and her world was far chartered and organized than mine I groaned to think of Miss Manderly's lessons and proper parties at the governor's I was thrilled that she maintained her friendship with Elizabeth despite their cultural differences I feared for her horse Penny who was abused for her mother who got sick for Ben who perhaps scared me most of all as his indentured relationship to Felicity's father strayed close to slavery in my eyes Though the fact that Ben an adult and Felicity a young girl though certainly viewed in mature terms in her time were close friends didn't bother me at all I actually liked navigating their relationship and witnessing humble Ben teaching hotheaded Felicity a few lessons and vice versa

  6. Hezekiah Hezekiah says:

    I'm not going to give Felicity's books to my own children because of the profoundly troubling way the stories deal with slaveryFelicity's parents and grandfather are slaveowners and at no point does Felicity have any internal conflict or unease about this These books depict Virginia as if abolitionists did not exist they did and as if slavery was not something talked about it wasThere are ways to write a setting where slavery is normalized and the narrative makes it clear that it's not morally neutral This book wasn't that It felt really icky to read

  7. Kasey Kasey says:

    I loved these books They were refreshing after reading huge complicated novels I enjoyed all the characters and the stories that were filled with such emotion Any young lady would love to read these books Reading level is for about 8 years old or older and an experienced reader can finish one book in about an hour The books average out to about 68 pages and each include 'A Peek Into The Past' section at the end I think these collection would be a great gift for a young reader or even an older one Out of the six books my favorite would have to be the sixth one Changes for Felicity but all the books were very enjoyable

  8. Marian Marian says:

    I listened to this collection on audiobook for the first time in probably over 15 years possibly closer to 20 I loved these as a kid but I’d forgotten everything that happened so it was like reading it for the first time all over again I love that This was the full collection of Felicity’s six books They’re so short I didn’t really want to add each one individually The length of each audiobook was about an hour so the whole collection was only six hours longMy favorite of the set was Felicity Learns a Lesson I loved hearing all about tea time and their stitching Felicity’s stories are so wholesome

  9. Shoshanna Shoshanna says:

    Just as good as I remember if not better Felicity is a shero I love how passionate and caring she is and how she is able to stand by her principles esp when she mounts a political protest while being a lady A role model for me at least ;

  10. Mya Mya says:

    a classic story I recommend any young girl read

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