[PDF] Meet Josefina (American Girls: Josefina, #1) By Valerie Tripp – Pandorajewelry70off.us

Meet Josefina (American Girls: Josefina, #1) Josefina Montoya Is Growing Up On A Rancho Near Santa Fe, New Mexico, In 1824 Ever Since Mama Died A Year Before, Josefina And Her Three Sisters Have Been Struggling To Carry On Without Her One Bright Fall Day, Happy News Arrives Their Beloved Grandfather Is Returning Home After A Long Trading Trip Josefina Knows That He Will Bring Exciting Stories And Wonderful Treasures From His Journey But This Time He Brings Something A Great Surprise That Josefina And Her Sisters Never Even Dreamed Of

Valerie Tripp is a children s book author, best known for her work with the American Girl series.She grew up in Mount Kisco, New York with three sisters She is a reading expert with a Reading Master s of Education degree from Harvard University Since 1985 she has lived in Silver Spring, Maryland Her husband teaches history at Montgomery College She has been a writer for reading textbooks for t Valerie Tripp is a children s book author, best known for her work with the American Girl series.She grew up in Mount Kisco, New York with three sisters She is a reading expert with a Reading Master s of Education degree from Harvard University Since 1985 she has lived in Silver Spring, Maryland Her husband teaches history at Montgomery College She has been a writer for reading textbooks for three decades.Tripp is best known for her work with the American Girl series She wrote all the books in the Felicity, Josefina, Kit, and Molly series, and three of the books in the Samantha series She has also written four of the five Best Friends character stories to date Film dramatizations of the lives of Samantha, Felicity, Molly, and Kit have been based on her stories to varying extents

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  • Paperback
  • 85 pages
  • Meet Josefina (American Girls: Josefina, #1)
  • Valerie Tripp
  • English
  • 14 July 2017
  • 1562475150

10 thoughts on “Meet Josefina (American Girls: Josefina, #1)

  1. says:

    I loved reading American Girls books when I was a kid I picked this one up yesterday, since it fulfills the category a book that takes place in the state you live, and I wasn t disappointed I was a little apprehensive that the American Girls franchise books wouldn t hold up to the test of time and adulthood, but this was good I enjoy how the American Girls books are well written and educational, but appropriate and appealing to juvenile readers They re optimistic, but they don t seem overl I loved reading American Girls books when I was a kid I picked this one up yesterday, since it fulfills the category a book that takes place in the state you live, and I wasn t disappointed I was a little apprehensive that the American Girls franchise books wouldn t hold up to the test of time and adulthood, but this was good I enjoy how the American Girl...

  2. says:

    I miss when American Girl was just as much about the books and the girls in them as it was about the dolls and the toys that go with them Josefina is unique among the girls I read about when I was younger in that A she has multiple siblings, B She has one parent and C she is not of European heritage As my history lessons were very European centric, it would have been good to haveviewpoints.Between learning how to deal with her mother s death, and finding her own courage, Josefina has I miss when American Girl was ...

  3. says:

    sorry, y all i think the josefina books are kind of boring i think she s a really pretty doll with a really cute collection but her stories are set in 1824 she is a nine year old girl growing up on her father s rancho in new mexico with her three older sisters they don t really have a lot of interaction with the outside world joesfina doesn t know how to read or write most of her time is taken up by tasks chores on the rancho it doesn t make for the most exciting reading sorry, y all i think the josefina books are kind of boring i think she s a really pretty doll with a really cute collection but her stories are set in 1824 she is a nine year old girl growing up on her father s rancho in new mexico with her three older sisters they don t really have a lot of interaction with the outside world joesfina doesn t know how to read or write most of her time is taken up by tasks chores on the rancho it doesn t make for the most exciting reading.i also feel weird about josefina being part of the historical american doll line, consid...

  4. says:

    Although I do not think these books are that great any I used to when I was 7 , they did start my fascination with other cultures and I am grateful to them for introducing me to a lot of different cultures Though how accurate they were in depicting these cultures I don t know.

  5. says:

    Outstanding I loved this first book about Josefina and her family in New Mexico which at the time was still part of Mexico, so not new at all.Josefina is the youngest of four girls She loves her sisters, but not how they fight sometimes We learn about her family, trade caravans, rancho life, fandango celebrations, Pueblo neighbors, tricky goats, and dealing with grief The illustrations helped me envision important parts of Josefina s life I loved that the story included mention of religio Outstanding I loved this first book about Josefina and her family in New Mexi...

  6. says:

    The first book in the Josefina, American Girls Collection Set in New Mexico it tells the story of Josefina and her three sisters and their lives on their rancho with their papa They have memories of their mama who died years ago.Nice illustrations and a historical section in the back of t...

  7. says:

    When I was younger, I loved the American girl doll books Josefina was one of my favorites Reading this book as an adult, I still love the character, but now realize how boring the first book is The story doesn t have much of a climax and is really ...

  8. says:

    My daughter and I read this in Spanish She chose it, we both found it to be very boring and wanted it to end I think it s difficult to use antiquated language and engage a 6 year old but I wasn t engaged either.

  9. says:

    Actual rating 4.5 stars.Josefina is one of my favorite American Girls, after Felicity and Kaya I really enjoy reading her stories I love how hopeful she is, and how she and her sisters behave so much like sistersit s all just so cool and real And I love learning about New Mexico in 1824.

  10. says:

    This American Girl book was one of my favorites because when I was a kid reading this, it gave me a very different perspective on daily life Josefina is a girl in Santa Fe, NM in 1824, and it was really cool to see their clothing, traditional food, and unique architecture of the rancho.

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