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Changes for Felicity: A Winter Story (American Girls Collection)
by Valerie Tripp
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The Revolutionary war breaks out, and things change. Felicity and Elizabeth pledge their friendship.
Summary: This is the last book in the series, and emphasizes changes for Felicity which she finally starts to accept. After her father is arrested for being a loyalist, Felicity is determined to keep herself together, even as further tragedy strikes her family. Felicity will need a reminder along the way that friendship can get her through even the hardest day.
Personal Reaction: This is a very sad conclusion to the Felicity series of books. I think the impending war with England would have been a great area to venture into for the author.
Classroom extensions: I think it would be a great idea for students to discuss both sides of the war. I think it would be great for students to take a phrase out of the book and explain what it means to them.
This book is a double of a classroom library book. So many changes are happening to Felicity: Elizabeth’s father is arrested for being a loyalist, Grandfather dies, and Penny has a foal. Felicity decides she does not like the changes at first, but she learns to deal with them. The biggest change is that Jiggy Nye becomes her friend and helps save Penny after she and her grandfather have helped him.
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American Girls (Felicity 6)
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The outbreak of the Revolutionary War in 1775 brings drastic changes to Felicity's life in Williamsburg, affecting both her family and her friendship with Elizabeth.
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