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Carolines Battle American Girls Caroline #5Caroline’s Papa has barely returned before frightening news arrives British warships are headed for Sackets Harbor ready to attack Every able bodied man including Papa must go. I think a big part of why I loved and honestly still love the Caroline books so much is that they went a good deal darker than the other modern ones do A lot of the modern girls especially the girls of the year don't have the gut punching scenes that the older and historical ones do and that's too bad

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Carolines Battle American Girls Caroline #5 Summary Ý 104 É Caroline’s Papa has barely returned before frightening news arrives—British warships are headed for Sackets Harbor ready to attack Every able bodied man including Papa must go and fight Mama and Caroline are left alone to guard Abbott’s Shipyard from the enemAnd fight Mama and Caroline are left alone to guard Abbott’s Shipyard from the enemy Caroline tells herself she would do anything to keep Papa’s shipyard safe But when the. I would have adored this book as a little girl Caroline is brave and useful during a battle and the book is a bit action packed than American Girl books usually are I also appreciated that while she was bold and brave it didn't feel reckless or foolish Some of the other books the girls get up to things I wouldn't want to be encouraging a daughter to looking at you Rebecca and Kit and maybe also Felicity Caroline's mother is also awesome; what a woman to look up to

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Battle seems to be lost Mama gives her a terrible order They must burn the shipyard to the ground to keep it from the enemy It’s the one thing Caroline isn’t sure she can do. Caroline continues to be frustrating in spending so much time worrying about how Papa would feel about things I do like that this book is about a specific historical event and actually fits the “saves the day” theme a book five is supposed to have