Julie's Journey, Volume 5

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American Girl Publishing, Incorporated, 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  - Book Troll Real Escape - Goodreads

Julie is one of the American girls who was born during the 1970's. In this book, Julie, her sister, and cousins go on a pioneer trip to celebrate the Bicentennial of America. Julie lives in San ... Read full review

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Julies Journey
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Lightning Kelly
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About the author (2007)

Megan McDonald was born February 28, 1959, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She grew up in the 1960s the youngest of five girls - which later became the inspiration of the Sister's Club. She attended Oberlin College and received a B.A. in English, then she went on to receive a Library Science degree at Pittsburgh University in 1986. Before becoming a full-time writer, McDonald had a variety of jobs working in libraries, bookstores, museums, and even as a park ranger.She was children's librarian, working at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Minneapolis Public Library and Adams Memorial Library in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. She has received various awards for her storytelling including a Judy Blume Contemporary Fiction Award, a Children's Choice Book award, and a Keystone State Award among others. McDonald has also written many picture books for younger children and continues to write. Her most recent work was the "Julie Albright" series of books for the American public. She currently resides in Sebastopol, California with her husband and pets.

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