Quiet book:  A story about the Irish servant girls at Merchant's House Museum in New York City in the 19th century.

Quiet book: A story about the Irish servant girls at Merchant's House Museum in New York City in the 19th century.

 The Irish servant girls live on the fourth floor in the house.

The Irish servant girls live on the fourth floor in the house.

  The introduction page  of the four girls working for the house .

The introduction page of the four girls working for the house.

  Emma, Amy, Sam, Lucy -- the four Irish girls who work for the house.  Each of them has her own color and shape.

Emma, Amy, Sam, Lucy-- the four Irish girls who work for the house.

Each of them has her own color and shape.

  Make our tour—  help the Irish girls make their tour from Ireland to NYC!

Make our tour— help the Irish girls make their tour from Ireland to NYC!

  Emma's day:  color matching and task matching!

Emma's day: color matching and task matching!

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 Left:  Amy's night.   Right:  Sam, we need you.

Left: Amy's night.

Right: Sam, we need you.

  Amy's night:  Flip the windows and get to know what Amy does at different time at night!

Amy's night: Flip the windows and get to know what Amy does at different time at night!

  Amy's night:  Flip the windows and get to know what Amy does at different time at night!

Amy's night: Flip the windows and get to know what Amy does at different time at night!

  Sam, we need you:  open the doors and find out the emergency in each room.

Sam, we need you: open the doors and find out the emergency in each room.

  Sam, we need you:  match the emergency with the location of where it happens.

Sam, we need you: match the emergency with the location of where it happens.

 Left:  Lucy's letter.   Right: a page helps children further remember the Irish servant girls by  color and shape recognition .

Left: Lucy's letter.

Right: a page helps children further remember the Irish servant girls by color and shape recognition.

  Lucy's letter:  the "I miss you" puzzle.

Lucy's letter: the "I miss you" puzzle.

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 The end.

The end.