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Happy Birthday, Addy!: A Springtime Story

by Connie Porter

Series: American Girls: Addy (4), American Girls (Addy 4)

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Trying to shape a new life of freedom in Philadelphia after having been a slave, Addy finds inspiration from a new friend.
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
This is a double of a book in my classroom library. Addy faces a great deal of predjudice in Philadelphia, but she learns new wisdom from a new boarder at the boarding house where she lives- M’dear. Her father finally finds a carpenter job that will take an African American man. When the Cival War ends, Addy has finally found the perfect day for her birthday. ( )
  the1butterfly | Feb 5, 2008 |
Addy faces a great deal of predjudice in Philadelphia, but she learns new wisdom from a new boarder at the boarding house where she lives- M’dear. Her father finally finds a carpenter job that will take an African American man. When the Cival War ends, Addy has finally found the perfect day for her birthday. ( )
  t1bclasslibrary | Nov 6, 2006 |
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Addy Walker stood in the middle of the garden with her eyes closed and her face tilted up to the late afternoon sun.
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