By Claire and Claudia Even though I am not the best at writing, one of the things I have been working on is to get myself out of my comfort zone. So today, Claudia and I decided to work together on this very special blog, to commemorate the lives and efforts of so many people […]
Girl AGain Honors Juneteenth
Melody Ellison’s story: The year is 1965. Ten-year-old Melody Ellison is doing a special project for school. For her history project, she is going to talk to her class about the Civil War. With the Civil Rights movement gaining traction, she figures now is the perfect time to educate her class on the history of […]
We Care Because You Care!
Our Girl AGain Care Packages are back in stock, and are the perfect gift to surprise that special someone on any special occasion; birthdays, graduations, going away camps… The sky is the limit! Each package will include a special SURPRISE item. No two packages are the same! Pictured are examples of what is included (minus […]
Mother’s Love, by Colleen O.
When American Girl, Felicity Merriman (1774), receives an invitation to a dancing lesson at the Governor’s Palace, she is over the moon. Not even Ben, her father’s apprentice can ruin it for her with his bitterness over the Governor’s British loyalist ways. Even better, her mother steps in and promises to make her a brand […]
Nellie O’Malley and Saint Patrick’s Day by Sarah F.
Today, March 17th is Saint Patrick’s Day, which is a holiday that originated in Ireland. One of the American Girl historical characters was born in Ireland and moved to New York in 1904. Her name is Nellie O’Malley. Meet Nellie Nellie is best friends with Samantha Parkington who is a girl from the historical collection. […]