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Librarian Norma Scott serves up another helping of cookies to girls at the Somerset Library's American Girl Tea Party on Saturday, Jan. 5. Scott said the library has been holding the tea party for at least 10 years. Scott said the event is fun for kids, librarians, parents and volunteers. At the event, Scott said girls ages 5-12 and their American Girl dolls enjoyed tea, healthy snacks and cookies. Scott also talked about history and the stories of the dolls with the girls. American Girl Dolls each have ...

First American Girls Tea Party held

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First American Girls Tea Party held
New Richmond Wisconsin 127 South Knowles Avenue 54017

American Girl Doll Samantha was the featured doll of the Somerset Library's American Girl Teal Party this year, the first of which was held Saturday, Jan. 5. Librarian Norma Scott said the event is fun for kids, librarians, parents and volunteers.

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She said girls ages 5-12 and their American Girl dolls enjoyed tea, healthy snacks and cookies. Scott also talked about history and the stories of the dolls with the girls.

The historical line of American Girl dolls each have a fictitious history written down in a small series of books detailing the doll's life in the historical time period she "lived" through. Scott said the stories make it easier for girls to relate to history.

This year's featured doll, Samantha, "lived" in the early 1900s.

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Gretta Stark
Gretta Stark has been a reporter for the River Falls Journal since July of 2013. She previously worked as a reporter for the New Richmond News from June 2012 to July 2013. She holds a BA in Print and Electronic Media from Wartburg College.
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