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Marie-Claire: Angels in Winter
Kathy Stinson
Toronto: Penguin Canada, 2004. 79 p.
(Our Canadian Girl)
ISBN 0143016733
Ages 9 to 12

As she prepares for the upcoming Christmas, Marie-Claire is thinking about a gift for Laura Waterford. Just two weeks ago, Marie-Claire found herself in the Waterford mansion following an encounter with the family's runaway horse. She remembers how beautiful it was inside and all the pretty things in Laura's bedroom. What could she possibly give to a girl who has everything?

This is the last of four books about Marie-Claire from the Our Canadian Girl series. Written by Kathy Stinson, the story is about giving and receiving, being proud of who you are and appreciating what you have.


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