American Girl Samantha #5: Samantha Saves the Day - A Summer Story

by American Girls Collection (Series)

Other authorsValerie Tripp (Author)
Paperback, 1988

Status

Available

Call number

PB Ame

Call number

PB Ame

Local notes

PB Ame

Publication

American Girl (1988), Edition: First Edition, Paperback, 88 pages

Description

While spending the summer at Grandmary's home on Goose Lake, Samantha and the twins Agnes and Agatha decide to visit the island where Samantha's parents were drowned during a storm.

Original publication date

1987

Physical description

88 p.; 8.46 inches

ISBN

9780937295410

Barcode

690

User reviews

LibraryThing member momma2
A review by Blake: A really good book. One of the best in the series. Exciting, surprises around every corner. And it was a really good book, so I like it. And I would recommend it to anybody.
LibraryThing member shsunon
Samantha couldn't be happier! She is with Grandmary at their summer home in the mountains, Piney Point. To add to the excitement, Agnes, Agatha, Uncle Gard and Aunt Cornelia are joining them! And so is Grandmary's special friend and admirer, Admiral Archibald Beemis! Fishing, swimming, and
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exploring in a canoe occupy the sunny days. And on rainy days, the girls complete jigsaw puzzles, paint pictures, play cards and work on their wildflower scrapbooks. When Samantha finds a sketchbook of her late mother's vacation paintings, she and the twins decide to visit Teardrop Island; Samantha is aware that her parents had a tragic accident there, but what could happen on such a beautiful, peaceful day?

Samantha Saves the Day is the fifth book in the Samantha series. Cleverly illustrated by Dan Andreasen.

The "Looking Back" section explores "America Outdoors in 1904." People in towns and cities wanted to escape to the mountains and seashores in the summer. Wealthy families often spent their entire summers at these vacation homes. They may have felt they were "roughing it", but servants made their lives easier. John Muir, Sarah and James Philip, and Theodore Roosevelt were active in early ecological movements.
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Pages

88

Rating

(69 ratings; 4.1)
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