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Meet Julie: 1974 (American Girls)

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Synopsis:

Julie Albright doesnt want to move away from her San Francisco neighborhood near Chinatown. Now that her parents are divorced, Julie tries to make the best of it by joining her new schools basketball team. But the coach wont let girls play. Includes a Looking Back section that discusses the womens movement, divorce, and other issues of the 1970s. Illustrations.

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ISBN:
9781417828135
Author:
Mcdonald, Megan
Publisher:
Turtleback Books
Illustrator:
Hunt, Robert
Illustrator:
McAliley, Susan
Author:
McDonald, Megan
Subject:
Divorce
Subject:
Women's rights
Subject:
Historical - United States - 20th Century
Subject:
Social Issues - General
Subject:
Children s-Historical Fiction-U.S. 20th Century
Edition Description:
Turtleback Scho
Series:
American Girls
Publication Date:
20070931
Binding:
LIBRARY BOUND
Language:
English
Illustrations:
YES
Pages:
92
Age Level:
08-12

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"Synopsis" by , Julie Albright doesnt want to move away from her San Francisco neighborhood near Chinatown. Now that her parents are divorced, Julie tries to make the best of it by joining her new schools basketball team. But the coach wont let girls play. Includes a Looking Back section that discusses the womens movement, divorce, and other issues of the 1970s. Illustrations.
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