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  1. Carol Carol says:

    This is one of my favorite childhood books Fortunately, my local public library still has a copy so I was able to re read it after ordering a copy for a goddaughter for her birthday recently I found I remembered so much about the story, which led to a life long admiration of Dolly Madison My grandmother, like author Helen Albee Mansell, had deep Virginia roots Coming back to this book was like hearing her voice again I still recommend the Childhood of Famous Americans series to young reader This is one of my favorite childhood books Fortunately, my local public library still has a copy so I was able to re read it after ordering a copy for a goddaughter for her birthday recently I found I remembered so much about the story, which led to a life long admiration of Dolly Madison My grandmother, like author Helen Albee Mansell, had deep Virginia roots Coming back to this book was like hearing her voice again I still recommend the Childhood of Famous Americans series to young readers They are well told and convey a sense of American history beautifully I read that some Goodreads reviewers found this book dated I can not see why It depicts American life acurately Slavery was wrong and courageous men like Dolly Madison s father renounced it But people lived with each other within this cast system Why is it wrong to depict this The experience of the Payne family is, I am sure, accurately told It is a shame that this book is out of print I am glad that the series continues A recent, very fine addition is the story of Rosa Parks Nothing in this depiction of Dolly Payne Madison s childhood before the American Revolution diminishes Mrs Parks story I wish the publisher would bring this one back into print


  2. Tammra Tammra says:

    I have to give this book 5 stars It was the first biography I ever read and I found that I LOVED reading true stories about the lives of other people It set me forth on a lifetime of biography reading.


  3. Misti Misti says:

    I thought about these books the other day I adored this series Childhood of Famous Americans as a kid I read every single one my library had I m only going to rate the ones I remember but these books were some of my favorites.


  4. Shelley Shelley says:

    Oh, man, I adored this book as a child So when Peter at Collecting Children s Books brought up the series, I had to ILL this for a reread It is impossibly dated, of course, even as a biography, but it s so fun to see how much I remembered Temple in the dress, making candles, the jewelry in the pouch around her neck, wearing that incredible riding mask to school every day, etc I need to read an adult bio of her soon.


  5. Jen Jen says:

    I read this multiple times as a child and just adored it Written to transport you back to that time in history but maintaining the essence of a young girl from any period of time I still remember the description of the hoop skirts.


  6. Bren Bren says:

    Wonderful One of the first books I read I used to go to my school library and read all the Historical non fiction they had and I looked for this on Goodreads I have fond memories of it.


  7. Anna Smithberger Anna Smithberger says:

    Okay, the reread continues Here s our first book to actually address slavery, so points there But it doesn t do a great job of it Honestly, how did I read this as a child and not pick up on this stuff


  8. Mary Dysart Mary Dysart says:

    One of my favorites in this series from my childhood I would love to reread.


  9. Rhonda Rhonda says:

    I read this book over and over and over as a child It was definitely a favorite I hunted it down as an adult and bought it so that I would have my own copy I was amazed at how much I remembered correctly from the book Because of this book, I have always been fascinated with Dolly Madison, and paid special attention to her in history classes as I grew up.


  10. Sharron Sharron says:

    Charming story of first lady Dolly Madison and her life growing up This book was presented to me at the end of third grade for reading the most books during the year I am rereading it before I give to my granddaughter Book is inscribed May you continue to enjoy reading throughout your life And I have Thank you, Miss Jacobi


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Dolly Madison:Quaker Girl [Ebook] ➮ Dolly Madison:Quaker Girl ➭ Helen Albee Monsell – Thomashillier.co.uk Dolly Madison Quaker Girl Orange Hardcover Printing by Helen A Monsell Published in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA by Bobbs Merrill in Limited Collector s Edition Rare Book Pages Tells the story of Fir Dolly Madison Quaker GirlOrange Hardcover Printing by Helen A Monsell Published in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA by Bobbs Merrill inLimited Collector s Edition Rare BookPages Tells the story of First Lady, Dolly Madison when she was young married later to th USA President , George Madison Her maiden name was Dolly Payne Her full name was Dorothea Dolly Madison:Quaker PDF or Dandridge Payne Todd Dolley Madison Not to be confused, of course, with the snack cakes For biographical information, please see.

  • 192 pages
  • Dolly Madison:Quaker Girl
  • Helen Albee Monsell
  • 10 August 2017
  • 0444620117 Characters

About the Author: Helen Albee Monsell

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