American Girl (1988), Edition: Unknown, Paperback, 88 pages
Molly conquers her fear of swimming underwater when she and the other campers at Camp Gowonagin divide into two teams to play Color War.
88 p.; 8.5 inches
LibraryThing member kjgehman
Molly is headed off to Camp Gowonagin for the summer. Her friendships will be tested with the Color War. Will she find a way to save her friendships and win the war?
LibraryThing member jenae5
This was a story about American Girl Molly. She goes off to a camp called Camp Gowonagin. Their camp director announces that the girls will participate in a Color War, red team vs blue team. In this color war, they are to capture the flag that is hidden by the red team on Chocolate Drop Island.
Show MoreMolly ends up saving the day by taking over after the blue teams leader, Dorinda, was captured and taken to the prison. I enjoy the American Girl doll books, but had never read this one. After reading it, I realized how important it is to work together as a team to get the job done. I would use this book in my classroom to show how important friendships are to have. I could teach this lesson over working together in groups, and how it can help get things done faster, and better!
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