DiscoverAmerican Girls
American Girls
Claim Ownership

American Girls

Author: Allison and Mary

Subscribed: 379Played: 10,826
Share

Description

The series you loved, book by book. Join Allison Horrocks and Mary Mahoney as they explore the wild world of American Girl fandom. In each episode, Allison and Mary will dive into an American Girl book from their (and perhaps your) childhood. Using their knowledge as professional historians and finely tuned instincts as amateur pop culture critics, they’ll take you back to a very different time—the 1990s.
57 Episodes
Reverse
When Molly McIntire is told that everyone must do their part during a war, she takes that command seriously. While rocking a middle part and dancing in her town's tap dance revue, Molly ascends to the big screen in "Molly: An American Girl on the Home Front" (2006). Though many esteemed filmmakers have tried to capture war on film, few have been so bold as to include a soda jerk uttering the line: “Sorry girls there’s no ice cream today." Tune in to hear us talk about the iconic teen queen Molly Ringwald, who plays Molly's mother, and the fantastic cast of child actors. Once again, this American Girl film proves that there's no small parts (there is, however, little brother erasure).      Visit our merch store! (Link: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/american-girls-podcast?ref_id=14940 )   Join our patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/americangirlspodcast)   Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod)   Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com   You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks)   You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)   Huge thanks to Podcorn for sponsoring this episode. Explore sponsorship opportunities and start monetizing your podcast by signing up here: https://podcorn.com/podcasters/   Need a source of calm in your day? Subscribe to Libro FM! Choose from over 150,000 audiobooks and even support your local bookstore with your purchases as a member. To sign up, use code AGReads or this link:  libro.fm/redeem/AGReads   Want to start your own podcast? You’ll need audio hosting to push out your episodes to your audience. We host our show on Podbean and can offer our listeners one month of free hosting. Use: https://www.podbean.com/americangirlspod to try the unlimited hosting plan and https://www.podbean.com/pro/americangirlspod to create a show for your business!  
In book six, Molly strives for her dream dance role of Miss Victory while acting miss-understood. Along the way, she ponders some big questions, such as whether curls will change her life and what it will mean to have her father home from the war. During this episode, we consider if any of us truly go home again...and probe what happened to a real life Miss Victory from the 1940s. This hair-raising journey pushes the reader to consider the power of a perm and the perils of endless war (mostly the former). As hosts and avowed Mollys, Mary and Allison take this opportunity to talk about Molly as a friend, performer, and hair transformer.    Essential Barbara Ann reads: Detroit evening times. (Detroit, Mich), 02 Dec. 1942. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. Detroit evening times. (Detroit, Mich), 06 Dec. 1942. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. FASHION SHOW!   Teen Hair Tricks! The Onslow County news and views. (Jacksonville, N.C.), 25 May 1945. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress.   Visit our merch store! (Link: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/american-girls-podcast?ref_id=14940 )   Join our patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/americangirlspodcast)   Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod)   Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com   You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks)   You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)   Thanks to our sponsors!  Huge thanks to Podcorn for sponsoring this episode. Explore sponsorship opportunities and start monetizing your podcast by signing up here: https://podcorn.com/podcasters/   Need a source of calm in your day? Subscribe to Libro FM! Choose from over 150,000 audiobooks and even support your local bookstore with your purchases as a member. To sign up, use code AGReads or this link:  libro.fm/redeem/AGReads   Want to start your own podcast? You’ll need audio hosting to push out your episodes to your audience. We host our show on Podbean and can offer our listeners one month of free hosting. Use: https://www.podbean.com/americangirlspod to try the unlimited hosting plan and https://www.podbean.com/pro/americangirlspod to create a show for your business!
One, two, three, four.. how will Molly handle her camp’s color war? Book five of the Molly series features another fictional island, frenemies, and a truly bizarre wartime Tripp to a woodsy summer camp. Proving that there’s no such thing as “too soon” at Camp Gowonagin, Molly and her friends recreate the D-Day beach landings to win a game. Molly wins, but much like the USA declaring victories around the world, at what cost? While Molly has to learn about swimming and friendly rivalry, we put this story in the broader context of life and death in camps during the 1940s.    Visit our merch store! (Link: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/american-girls-podcast?ref_id=14940 )   Join our patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/americangirlspodcast)   Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod)   Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com   You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks)   You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)   Want to start your own podcast? You’ll need audio hosting to push out your episodes to your audience. We host our show on Podbean and can offer our listeners one month of free hosting. Use: https://www.podbean.com/americangirlspod to try the unlimited hosting plan and https://www.podbean.com/pro/americangirlspod to create a show for your business!  
It’s April 1944 in Illinois. Molly McIntire is gearing up for the big 1-0 when a new arrival comes to town. In book four, Molly gets new roommate— a refugee from London named Emily. Sure, there’s a war on, but that won’t stop Molly from turning life’s lemons into an unwanted lemon cake. Tune in to hear our coverage of Molly’s birthday week and a discussion of twilight birth that no one asked for. Trust us, this Molly mood is a Taurus-de-force.    "Shirley Takes the Cake" Evening Star. April 19, 1936: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045462/1936-04-19/ed-1/seq-90/#date1=1936&index=2&rows=20&words=birthday+cake&searchType=basic&sequence=0&state=&date2=1945&proxtext=%22birthday+cake%22+&y=0&x=0&dateFilterType=yearRange&page=1   Birthday Party Descriptions. The Lexington Advertiser. December 22, 1938: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84024271/1938-12-22/ed-1/seq-11/#date1=1936&index=12&rows=20&words=birthday+cake&searchType=basic&sequence=0&state=&date2=1945&proxtext=%22birthday+cake%22+&y=0&x=0&dateFilterType=yearRange&page=1    Crisco Cake Recipe. Detroit Evening Times. August 19, 1945: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88063294/1945-08-19/ed-1/seq-52/#date1=1936&sort=relevance&rows=20&words=Birthday+BIRTHDAY+CAKE+Cake&searchType=basic&sequence=0&index=2&state=&date2=1945&proxtext=%22birthday+cake%22+&y=0&x=0&dateFilterType=yearRange&page=2    Visit our merch store! (Link: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/american-girls-podcast?ref_id=14940 )   Join our patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/americangirlspodcast)   Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod)   Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com   You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks)   You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)   Consider buying a Libro FM membership for yourself or a loved one. Choose from over 150,000 audiobooks and even support your local bookstore with your purchases as a member. Our listeners can take advantage of a special offer: 2 audiobooks for the price of 1 in your first month. To sign up,  use code AGReads or this link:  libro.fm/redeem/AGReads   Want to start your own podcast? You’ll need audio hosting to push out your episodes to your audience. We host our show on Podbean and can offer our listeners one month of free hosting. Use: https://www.podbean.com/americangirlspod to try the unlimited hosting plan and https://www.podbean.com/pro/americangirlspod to create a show for your business!
For this holiday episode, we hear from YOU! We asked for some of your favorite holiday AG memories and like Molly’s mailman, you more than delivered. We also answer questions from listeners on friendship, dream AG books, and the future of the show.    Visit our merch store! (Link: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/american-girls-podcast?ref_id=14940 )   Join our patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/americangirlspodcast)   Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod)   Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com   You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks)   You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)   The holidays are coming! Consider buying a Libro FM membership for yourself or a loved one. Choose from over 150,000 audiobooks and even support your local bookstore with your purchases as a member. Our listeners can take advantage of a special offer: 2 audiobooks for the price of 1 in your first month. To sign up,  use code AGReads or this link:  libro.fm/redeem/AGReads   Want to start your own podcast? You’ll need audio hosting to push out your episodes to your audience. We host our show on Podbean and can offer our listeners one month of free hosting. Use: https://www.podbean.com/americangirlspod to try the unlimited hosting plan and https://www.podbean.com/pro/americangirlspod to create a show for your business!
It’s Christmas time again, and all Molly McIntire wants is ... everything. Molly’s Surprise has some classic AG elements (hello, a doll gift) and a few distinctive surprises (including a heartwarming radio messages). Along with Molly’s love language (gifts) we talk about the history of the USO, how the holidays were advertised in local papers during the war, and Mrs. M’s ability to leave work at work. Grab your red striped pajamas, part your hair, and warm your circular glasses with a cocoa: it’s holiday time at the McIntires.   Sources we reference in this episode:    “The Daily Monitor Leader. [Volume] (Mount Clemens, Mich.) 1942-19??, December 24, 1943, Image 18.” 2020. Loc.Gov, no. 1943/12/24: 18. https://doi.org/info:lccn/sn96077289. ‌ “The Chronicle-Star Combined with the Moss Point Advertiser. (Pascagoula, Miss.) 1941-1949, December 22, 1944, SECTION TWO, Image 10.” 2020. Loc.Gov, no. 1944/12/22. https://doi.org/info:lccn/sn87065528.   “Celebrating Christmas in World War 2 – Keep Calm and Carry On.” 2015. 5-Minute History. December 16, 2015. https://fiveminutehistory.com/celebrating-christmas-in-world-war-2-keep-calm-and-carry-on/. ‌ ‌Christmas Fact Sheet - World War II Museum: https://www.nationalww2museum.org/sites/default/files/2017-07/christmas-on-the-home-front.pdf    Visit our merch store! (Link: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/american-girls-podcast?ref_id=14940 )   Show Links: Join our patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/americangirlspodcast)   Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod)   Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com   You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks)   You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)   The holidays are coming! Consider buying a Libro FM membership for yourself or a loved one. Choose from over 150,000 audiobooks and even support your local bookstore with your purchases as a member. Our listeners can take advantage of a special offer: 2 audiobooks for the price of 1 in your first month. To sign up,  use code AGReads or this link:  libro.fm/redeem/AGReads   Special note: our next episode will be a mailbag! Please send us your thoughts, questions, and stories you’d consent to sharing on the show. You can reach us via email, phone (we don’t answer), or radio message a la Dr. M.
In the second Molly book, we learn 7x8 and who we can appreciate.  Molly’s plucky scheming streak continues when she refuses to take part in a group knitting project. Eventually, she surrenders and learns a lesson about allies and how to befriend an Alison. In our coverage, we continue to grapple with the great existential question of what it means to be a Molly, and much more. Tune in for our discussion of education in the 1940s, nationalism, and  lessons not learned on this season of Bachelorette.  Visit our merch store! (Link: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/american-girls-podcast?ref_id=14940 )   Join our patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/americangirlspodcast)   Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod)   Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com   You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks)   You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)  
Turnip for What: Meet Molly

Turnip for What: Meet Molly

2020-11-0901:16:261

Molly wore a blueberry beret, and we think we love her. In this episode, we take a look at the first Molly book & the story that launched our love of American Girl. A surprising amount of this book hinges on a vegetable and a hula outfit. We tackle these plots and zoom out a bit to talk about wartime sacrifice and colonial costumes. We also talk about the Clare of it all and what is perhaps the most shocking season of Bachelorette to date.   Visit our merch store! (Link: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/american-girls-podcast?ref_id=14940 ) Join our patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/americangirlspodcast) Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod) Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks) You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)  
Would Molly McIntire bring a boomer ethic into her workplace? Is there a world in which Samantha Parkington experiences burnout? In this very special episode, we talked with Anne Helen Petersen, journalist and author of Can't Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation. In the spirit of the classic Care and Keeping of You Books, we chatted with Anne about self-care and social change. You won't want to miss Anne's Samantha story, her Kirsten insights, and her take on coping with the pandemic.   Read and enjoy the Uncle Gard Zine ( http://bit.ly/UncleGardZine) Visit our merch store! (Link: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/american-girls-podcast?ref_id=14940) Join our patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/americangirlspodcast) Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod) Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks) You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)  
In this second Samantha spinoff, we speak with Dr. Allison Lange, a historian of women's suffrage and visual culture. She talks about Aunt Cornelia's speech style, the Susan B. Anthony Barbie, and Black suffragists you ought to know (plus much more). This episode also has a rich visual accompaniment: the long-awaited, never-asked-for first-of-its-kind Gard Zine! You won't want to miss this homemade magazine (zine) filled with amazing Gard content. From a listicle about the Henry Ford Museum to local versions of great Gard, our listeners really outdid themselves. You'll never think of Uncle Gard, Car Culture, or the Saturn brand the same again. Special thanks to our dear friend Eric, who has now lent his ears and his voice in support of the show. Opening fan fiction piece submitted by listener Danni Z. and shared with permission.   Read and enjoy the Uncle Gard Zine: http://bit.ly/UncleGardZine Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com Visit our merch store! Join our patreon! Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod) Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks) You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)  
Samantha Spinoff Part 1

Samantha Spinoff Part 1

2020-09-2801:04:33

In this Samantha spinoff, we were so pleased to be joined by Rebecca Brenner Graham, a D.C. based historian. An expert on the postal service, Rebecca studies the Sunday mail service (which was a thing until just over 100 years ago!) as a way to understand religion-state relations in the 1800s. Rebecca will take you to Such Great Heights and give you a whole other understanding of mail as a function of democracy and friendship culture. This episode also includes our take on Courtney Moore, a Pacman-loving American Girl from 1986 released this month.   Visit our merch store! Join our patreon! Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod) Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks) You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)  
Sparks fly... it's like electricity (recently got implemented in wealthy homes). What has amazing casting, references to the 1904 Worlds Fair, and not one but two turn -of- the -century mansions? You guessed it: the Samantha movie. In this episode, we recap a made-for-tv WB masterpiece for the ages. Samantha: An American Girl Holiday was the first AG film and they went all out. Join us as we savor this Samantha centennial (2004) product, talking about everything from the cast (Mia Farrow??) to disturbing and colorful child labor scenes. Visit our merch store! Join our patreon! Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod) Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks) You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)  
In the final book of the Samantha canon, we find just about everyone living la vida in loco parentis. Robbed of a GrandMary/Admiral wedding, we open with Samantha living with her aunt and uncle in New York City. When Samantha learns that Nellie has also come to the Big Apple, she's determined to have a reunion. Instead, she gets three new sisters. Upon learning that Jenny, Nellie, and Bridget are in an Annie-type orphanage, Samantha assists with a breakaway worthy of Kelly Clarkson. From child labor laws and class consciousness to chosen family, book six covers a lot of changes. We take you along for the ride, from Nellie's hard knock life to Samantha's Gramercy Perk brownstone.   Visit our merch store! Join our patreon! Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod) Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks) You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)  
If you thought a camp element was missing from the Samantha books, you're in luck! Samantha's fifth story is set in the family's piney Adirondacks retreat. When Samantha finds a sketchbook with forgotten family memories, she books a sketchy trip out to an island with the twins. This leads to an evening that is Wet And Perilous -- but of course our hero saves the day. Come along and row, row, row your boat as we all scream and Samantha reignites family nightmares. This episode also includes a discussion of our second-favorite apprentice shortcut California lawyer: Perry Mason (Kim K. being one). Visit our merch store! Join our patreon! Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod) Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks) You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)  
Gather round and grab your flower crown: it's birthday time. In book four, Samantha makes new friends, destroys a pram, and catches a suffrage speech given by Cornelia. She also meets Annie-like twins who leave Eddie (and by extension Sam's birthday ice cream) rather salty. Join us and have a marvelous time ruining everything.   Visit our merch store! Join our patreon! Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod) Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks) You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)  
Ah, to be a young Victorian beauty awaiting Christmas in December 1904. Such is the life of young Samantha, who is afraid she won't receive a (second) very expensive doll in the span of a few months in this Yuletide yarn. While we wait with bated breath to see if all of her holiday dreams come true, we discuss gift giving, the Roosevelts (yes again and always), and the servants' labor behind Sam's holiday magic. This is an Elsa / frozen combo you won't want to let go. Visit our merch store! Join our patreon! Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod) Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks) You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)  
In the second Samantha book, we find her well established in a private academy, and just learning about class. Tasked with coming up with a speech on progress, Samantha summons her inner Elon Musk and preps for her big moment --while also finding the time to bring Nellie up to speed on years of missed schooling. Yet it turns out that Nellie has much to teach her, too. After hearing about Nellie's experiences with factory life, Samantha changes her TedTalk faster than Grandmary can summon a servant. Speaking of the 1%, this episode also includes our commentary on Selling Sunset and the serotonin snack that is Sweet Magnolias. Visit our merch store! Join our patreon! Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod) Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks) You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)  
With this episode, we go back to one of the original American Girl stories: Meet Samantha. Published in the age of Reaganomics, this AG asks a lot of questions from a place of tremendous privilege -- and we are along for the ride. Though she has every material comfort, Samantha, who was orphaned a few years prior, is lonely in the House of Grandmary. Apparently, money only gets her so far, and with this episode, we learn how she navigates new friendships (Nellie), rivalries (Eddie) and the interior lives of people who are employed at the house (Jessie, you deserve more). There may be a faux velvet hat on top of her head, but with a re-read of this book, we learn there's brains, too.   Visit our merch store! Join our patreon! Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod) Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks) You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)  
Girl grows up longing for a Bitty Baby and her accoutrement. Girl writes several books and launches a hilarious podcast. Fast forward to 2020: girl agrees to a shopping challenge and Beanie Baby market speculation on our show. Dear listeners - meet Caroline Moss, the author of the Work It, Girl! series and host of the hit podcast "Gee Thanks, Just Bought It." On this episode, we talk with Caroline about the joy of poring over an an American Girl catalogue and what we'd splurge on today. That feeling you used to get looking at the latest Penny riding gear and AG sleepover kits -- you want it? You got it. Consider donating to Historic Stagville if you're able. Take our Catalog Challenge! Do the $100 spending challenge using this holiday catalogue: https://www.flickr.com/photos/134421442@N08/albums/72157663591299692/ Pick any item to splurge on from this catalogue: https://www.flickr.com/photos/134421442@N08/albums/72157662670713742/ Visit our merch store! Join our patreon! Follow the show on Instagram (@americangirlspodcast) and Twitter (@agirlspod) Email us at AmericanGirlsPod@gmail.com You can follow Allison on Instagram (@allisonhorrocks) and Twitter (@allisonhorrocks) You can follow Mary on Instagram (@mimimahoney) and Twitter (@MaryMahoney123)  
A lot has changed since the "Peek into the Past" chapters were written in the Addy books more than twenty years ago. In that time, the web has gone from a slow novelty to something we carry with us. More importantly, we now also have a new cultural form - the crowdsourced web syllabus. The Addy syllabus we describe in this episode features books, articles, primary sources, games, snippets from AGIG, and more. This list pulls together works and texts that allow for a new or deeper understanding of Addy, and additional ways to consider her story in the context of American culture. One of the purposes of this syllabus was to update the story of civil rights told in the Addy epilogues. We credit black feminist scholars for their creation of this scholarly form: Dr. Marcia Chatelain started the Ferguson Syllabus in the wake of the murder of Michael Brown in Missouri. You can access the syllabus here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FtfimLFWcm9uQrGvXQso9Umn-gPELOAdAQotcVDz17A/edit You may also add to the syllabus by writing an entry in this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1qGwxt55ommDkbZXPLzipDylI41QnaWaYW9yNIsEbeoA/viewform?edit_requested=true    
loading
Comments (2)

Tyler Beach

h

Sep 16th
Reply

Claire Elizabeth

Loved that this exists!! flashback to my childhood!!

May 16th
Reply
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store