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Molly and the Movie Star by Valerie Tripp
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This book is an excellent example of what short, snappy pieces of historical fiction are capable of. It's a quick, interesting story that children can relate to (the dream of meeting a famous movie star, chores, earning money, dealing with responsibility, etc) that then goes on to supplement its lack of scholarly literacy through nonfiction background information at the end of the story and some quick (doable!) activities that can help a child "envision" themselves during the same time period. ( )
  benuathanasia | Mar 19, 2015 |
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Molly McIntire burst into the kitchen running so fast her brown braids stuck straight out behind her.
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[From back cover]: In Molly and the Movie Star, Molly's class collects money for the war effort. Molly is chosen to give the money to famous movie star, Melody Moore, who is coming to town to collect it. But Molly's big idea for presenting the money almost leads to disaster.
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Molly is eager to meet a famous movie star at a War Bond rally, until she cannot find the money that her class had collected to buy a bond. Includes information on movies during World War II and a recipe for popcorn.

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