Addy Saves the Day: A Summer Story, 1864, Volume 5

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American Girls, 2000 - African Americans - 67 pages
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After the Civil War ends, many families like Addy's are searching for their loved ones. This summer, Addy's church is putting on a fund-raising fair to help people hurt by the war. When Addy has to work at the fair with snobby Harriet, their feud heats up again--until tragedy forces the girls to soften their hearts. The fair is a great success. Then, suddenly, the girls discover that the money they've raised has been stolen. Addy saves the day, which ends with a wonderful surprise.

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Adult/young adult author Connie Porter was born in Buffalo, New York, where she started pursuing a writing career in high school. Porter began her career by writing articles for magazines and book reviews in newspapers. She then went on to write the novels All-Bright Court and Imani All Mine.

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