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American Girl Publishing Julie Boxed Set with Game

Julie's keepsake Boxed Set features six beautifully illustrated softcover books. Discover what it was like to grow up in San Francisco in the 1970s.

Julie's Boxed Set opens up to a fun-filled game. Collect cards featuring Julie's favorite things, and earn points as you move around the board. The first person to finish is not necessarily the winner. Roll the die and see what happens!

Game includes:
  • Full-color game board
  • 4 playing pieces
  • 14 playing cards
  • 1 paper die
  • Storage envelope
  • Instructions

Recommended for ages 8+.
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Meet Julie Albright 1974

Date:January 25, 2013
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Kathy
Location:Southeast Wisconsin
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"Julie's Story Collection" is the story of Julie Albright, a ten year old living in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco in the year 1974. Through Julie's eyes the reader is able to experience the historical/cultural events of 1974: Watergate, President Nixon's resignation, the Vietnam War, equal rights for women, divorce, save the eagles, Earth Day, The Bicentennial of 1976, the Carter-Ford election and disability awareness. Megan McDonald has done an excellant job of capturing the essence of the time period in her story telling. The only negative comment I have is that American Girl did not publish a "Welcome to Julie's World 1974" as they had done with previous American Girl historical figures. Instead American Girl published "Julie Just for Fun and Julie's Cooking Studio."
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