Modern American Girl - Josefina Saves the Day

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Josefina Saves the Day

The good thing about still owning all the American Girl books is if you're staring at a set wondering what on earth happened in this story because the cover art doesn't tell you anything, you can just go pick it up and read the book in about 10 minutes. In this installment, American traders come to Santa Fe and there is much trading. Blankets are traded to a fairly cutely illustrated man of Irish decent and then everyone spends the rest of the book freaking out thinking they can't trust him. Except he was actually honest and Josefina and her sister have a little midnight adventure into the bowels of 19th century Santa Fe to recover a violin at a church to prove his trustworthiness. And nothing says 'I'm ready for a midnight adventure' like a hand tooled leather vest and puffed sleeves . Her boots are pretty cool though, and I'm digging the ones in this set as well. As well as the feather necklace - gotta rock the feathers.

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