This is another in the American Girls Short Stories series about Samantha Parkington, a nine-year-old orphan girl living in the America of 1904. In this book, the families are preparing for Uncle Gard and Cornelia's wedding, and Samantha and Cornelia's sisters are preparing to be bride's maids. However, when a disaster strikes, it is up to Samantha to save the wedding! The final chapter of this book is a wonderfully interesting look at weddings in 1904 America, and has instructions for making a tussie-mussie (a small bouquet carried by bridesmaids). My twelve-year-old daughter is a devoted fan of Samantha, and deeply enjoyed this book. We both recommend this book to you.
This story is about a nine-year old orphan named Samantha. Her uncle is getting married to a lady named Cornelia, who has three younger sisters. Two of them are twins named Agnes and Agatha. The other sister is a very young girl named Alice. Agnes and Agatha are the same age as Samantha. One day Alice wanted to try on her sister's wedding veil. But she rips it. Then Samantha saves the day and lets Cornelia use her mother's old wedding veil. And it turns out to be a beautiful wedding.
I've been enjoying the American Girls collection since I was a little girl(I'm 18 now).I have all the books and I am always thrilled everytime a new one is released. Samantha is my favourite character and this book is an addition to the Samantha Collection.It's well written and follows the same pattern as the other books.It's a nice story filled with adventure and nice pictures as well.For me it's an A+.