Christine M over at The Simple and the Ordinary is looking for some readers advisory for her ten (almost eleven) year old daughter: Actually, she specifically wants books set in the 1st half of the 20th century in America (where people aren't riding in buggies and wearing sun bonnets). They don't have to be specific about a topic - just using the time period.
So, basically that is any time up to World War II (and yes, I checked with Chris, and up to and right after WWII is good; basically, 1900 to 1950.) I know, a kid who wants to read historical fiction! Awesome.
Any ideas? Let Christine (and Pippi) know.
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