Julie's Journey

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Amer Girl Pub, Aug 20, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 88 pages
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It's 1976 and the entire country is celebrating America's 200th birthday. Julie joins her cousins on a pioneer-style wagon train in honor of the Bicentennial. The journey is filled with adventures, challenges, and self-discovery as Julie faces her fears to make an important contribution to her country's birthday. The "Looking back" section provides additional information about Bicentennial celebrations in the United States.

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Review: Julie's Journey (American Girls: Julie #5)

User Review  - Kristine Pratt - Goodreads

While the plot is a bit far-fetched (dumping things out of the wagon just seem nuts...sorry, it is, they're only 20 minutes from camp at a slow walk. That stuff could have been carried...) it's still a fun read. Could have been a lot better though. Read full review

Review: Julie's Journey (American Girls: Julie #5)

User Review  - Callie Stillion - Goodreads

Julie is going on a covered wagon with her cousin April. But when she falls off of Hurricane, and April laughs at her, and tries to make a point from Laura Ingalls Wilder. Then Julie snaps, 'That was ... Read full review

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