Molly's Route 66 Adventure by Dottie Raymer
(The American Girls Collection)

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Girls can hop in the back seat with Molly for a trip down Route 66. This interactive, journal-style book features historical photographs and eight souvenirs for girls to keep, including a Route 66 map, a diner menu, and a Wanted poster. A secret decoder lets girls unscramble clues throughout the book to help Molly win a prize in Royal Oil's Hollywood Mystery Code Contest!

About Dottie Raymer

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Dottie Raymer authored the Home Alone book for American Girl Library, plus numerous editorial projects for the American Girls Collection (including Felicity's World). Tracey McGuinness illustrated other books in the School Smarts series, the School Smarts planners, plus the Mix-It Up Cookbook. Tracey was one of the illustrators for the recently released Sticker Book, plus she often contributes to American Girl magazine. She is working on her first children's picture book, Bad Cat. Molly McIntire is a lively, lovable schemer and dreamer growing up in 1944. Her stories describe life on the home front during World War Two. Molly doesn't like many of the changes the war has brought, and she especially misses her father, who is away caring for wounded soldiers. But Molly learns the importance of getting along and pulling together--just as her country must do to win the war!
Published March 1, 2002 by Pleasant Company Publications. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Scrapbook History Two titles in the American Girls Collection provide a unique perspective on history with a handsome square scrapbook presentation, including vintage-style postcards and pullout souvenirs.

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