Wow! I have been wanting to get this project done for a long time, and we finally did it! We studied Felicity (and Colonial Days in general) 2 years ago in homeschool, but the interest was renewed recently as we went to Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia for the homeschool days last month. The kids loved it! It gave us a good chance to review that part of early American history and to make these fabulous "Felicity" lapbooks that I had since found templates for on the Internet. The templates and ideas are available at http://www.homeschoolshare.com/American_Girl_Lapbook.php. If you have a girl who loves the American Girl characters and you'd like to use them to spruce up your history studies, take a look at Portraits of American Girlhood. You can usually find the American Girl books at the library and will not need to purchase anything else. I use these alongside Beautiful Feet's American History through Literature.
My son was clearly not into this assignment (which he did on Colonial Williamsburg rather than Felicity specifically). No worries. When we do a lapbook on the NASA Space Program, his will be immaculate!