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American Girl: Caroline Series by Kathleen Ernst

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Published 06.01.2019

Opening and Restoring AG Caroline!


This story is written for readers age 8 and up who enjoy historical fiction without sex, gore, or explicit violence. Caroline and Mama make a dangerous trip across Lake Ontario to the British fort where Papa is a prisoner. When Mama isn't allowed to see Papa, it's up to Caroline to pass a secret message to him—right under the nose of a British guard! Caroline hopes desperately that Papa will be able to use the information to escape. But can she get the message to him? And even if she does, will Papa understand it?

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Caroline Abbott

This article aims to critically explore the visual artifacts used in the marketing strategy of American Girl dolls—founded by Pleasant T. Rowland , then bought by Mattel —to create a product most appealing to little girls.

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American Girl has unveiled a new doll, Caroline Abbott. The six Caroline Abbott books from American Girl were written by author Kathleen Ernst, who researched what life was like during the War of , and personally visited several historic locations to further inspire her stories. The Caroline Abbott books include:. Meet Caroline: Caroline Abbott is doing what she loves most—sailing on Lake Ontario with Papa—when her world turns upside down. A British officer boards their sloop, announces that Britain and America are at war, and takes her father prisoner. As Papa is led away, Caroline promises him that she will stay strong and steady until he returns.

3 thoughts on “American Girl: Caroline Series by Kathleen Ernst

  1. Personal Fun Fact: I had my eye on Miss Abbott for quite sometime, but she somehow always missed out on joining my collection.

  2. Caroline Abbott was the thirteenth Historical Character of the American Girls, representing Caroline was born in a log cabin and is the only child in her family .

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