Changes for Kit!: a winter story, 1934
When her ornery Uncle Hendrick comes to visit, Kit is not very happy, especially since he bosses her around and sends opinionated letters to the newspaper editor, causing her to lose hope for better times, but when he unintentionally gives her an excellent idea, Kit finds hope in the most unexpected way! Simultaneous.
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Even with her mean uncle bossing her around, Kit is determined to make a change in the lives of homeless people. I like this book a lot and recommend it to all who want to have a good read and learn history at the same time.
Review: Changes for Kit: A Winter Story (American Girls: Kit #6)User Review - Emily Horn - Goodreads
I loved this book! It could definitely be used in a classroom to teach about the depression. The book itself is fiction, but has very true parts and has facts about the depression at the end. The ... Read full review