Tuesday, April 11, 2017

AG Trading Cards: Meet Molly

This trading card shows the cover of Meet Molly.

The back of the card says:

"When Molly McIntire was growing up in 1944, the United States was at war with Germany and Japan. Millions of soldiers from the United States fought overseas. People at home fought the war on the 'home front.'

Since most men were away fighting, many women went to work in factories and offices. Boys and girls collected bottletops and tinfoil so the metal could be made into tanks and weapons. They knitted blankets and rolled bandages for soldiers. They even saved their allowances to buy war bonds."

There is not a trivia question.

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