100 Years in the Life of an American Girl
True Stories 1910 – 2010
I love this book! It’s an important testimony to the lived history of decades of young girls. Informative, fun and illuminating! — Linda Joy Myers, President of the National Association of Memoir Writers
This powerful collection of personal stories weaves the American experience like I’ve never seen done before. — Susan Hagen, co-author of Women at Ground Zero
100 Years in the Life of an American Girl is a fascinating look at the culture of a tremendous century, told in the truest of voices. This book is a collection of over 50 tales of the life and times of girls under age 13 in every decade from 1910 to 2010. A brief history of each decade and entertaining highlights of popular culture open the chapters. Perfect for book groups, with discussion topics at the end of the book that help readers consider the bigger picture of what the stories reveal about American culture.
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Some of what you’ll read about:
- Riding in Dad’s first car, a Model T bought from a door-to-door car salesman in 1911.
- Fleeing the KKK in Indiana in the 1920s.
- Riding to school on horseback.
- Playing Elvis in the bathroom mirror and envying a brother’s clothes.
- Going to Woodstock at 12.
- Designing virtual worlds and “feeding” digital pets.
- Being a student at an Islamic school in the Midwest on 9-11.
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