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Troubles for Cécile By Denise Lewis Patrick Christine Kornacki Cindy Salans Rosenheim,

  • Title: Troubles for Cécile
  • Author: Denise Lewis Patrick Christine Kornacki Cindy Salans Rosenheim
  • ISBN: 9781593696634
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Paperback
  • C cile s summer is off to a glowing start She loves spending time with her older brother, Armand, who is finally home from France And she and her friend Marie Grace enjoy helping at a nearby orphanage, playing with the children But a shadow falls over the bright summer when C cile hears that a terrible sickness yellow fever is spreading in New Orleans When yellow fevC cile s summer is off to a glowing start She loves spending time with her older brother, Armand, who is finally home from France And she and her friend Marie Grace enjoy helping at a nearby orphanage, playing with the children But a shadow falls over the bright summer when C cile hears that a terrible sickness yellow fever is spreading in New Orleans When yellow fever strikes in her own home, C cile is afraid than she has ever been before Can she find the strength to help when her family needs her most
    Troubles for C cile C cile s summer is off to a glowing start She loves spending time with her older brother Armand who is finally home from France And she and her friend Marie Grace enjoy helping at a nearby orphanage

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    1. This book is a sad one Yellow Fever is running wild through New Orleans Thousands of People have become ill and many children are left orphaned C cile Rey is wondering what is happening because no one will tell her what exactly is going on But when one of her Family members get Yellow Fever her world turns upside down I liked C cile character a lot better in this than in the first book In the first book she is a little bit selfish, but in this book she is trying to do everything she can to help [...]

    2. Recap Cecile Rey is one of the gens de couleur libres or free people of color living in New Orleans in 1853 Together, she and her friend, Marie Grace, experience all that the diverse, busy city has to offer Mardi Gras parades and costume balls, outdoor French markets, helping to fight a yellow fever epidemic, volunteering at a local orphanage, and performing at a city wide benefit for the orphaned children.Review Happy Mardi Gras, book lovers In honor of the holiday, today I m featuring a series [...]

    3. cecile s brother armand comes down with yellow fever the rey family is quarantined everyone is shocked because they were under the impression that people who had been in new orleans for a long time were somehow immune to the fever the fact that armand got sick is seen as evidence that the yellow fever outbreak is progressing into a full blown epidemic.cecile somehow gets in touch with marie grace asks her to please ask her father, dr gardner, to come check in on armand cecile thinks dr gardner i [...]

    4. This book begins in July 1853, shortly after the ending of book three C cile is worried when she hears her mother and aunt talking about yellow fever There have always been cases of yellow fever in New Orleans every summer, but this year people seem much worried Many people are fleeing the city because they are so afraid.C cile s worst fears come true when her beloved older brother, Armand, catches yellow fever C cile is afraid for her brother, because many people in the city have died from the [...]

    5. I think it was really sad because Cecile s maid, Ellen dies of the yellow fever All in all, it was a great book.

    6. As a little girl I was opposed with American Girl I still really enjoy the stories American Girl really got me into reading I started American Girl when I was 9 I loved them ever since.

    7. Everything seems wonderful at first Cecile s brother, Armand, is an artiste, and is painting her portrait, while having her hide this skill of his from their father.But, the happiness doesn t last long The yellow fever is spreading New Orleans like wildfire, and the newest person it has came to is CeCe s brother, Armand Armand gets very sick Luckily, Cecile eventually thinks to ask Marie Grace to have her father come help Armand M G gladly agrees to have him come help When he arrives, two people [...]

    8. Childhood memory None Okay, so this isn t technically one of the American Girl books I read as a kid But, my memories of those I did enjoy keep me interested in checking in on the historical American Girl books as AG publishes them.Revisited review Overall, this particular series is just okay This review will be for all six books in the series Not sure if I like the deviation from the typical AG historical format ____ saves the day, happy birthday ____, etc , but that seems to be the trend with [...]

    9. Cecile really feels troubled, because Yellow Fever has swiped right through her home Armand tells her not to worry, but then she knows to, because when Armand is painted Cecile s portrait, he falls ill While trying not to go outside, Cecile does things here and there, but not a lot, because she spends a lot of time worrying about her brother One day, she and Papa go out on a walk They talk about what they can do to help Armand Papa gives her permission to go and visit him, and Armand doesn t see [...]

    10. Troubles for Cecile has a much linear story, with solid pacing, than it s predecessor, Marie Grace and the Orphans In relation to the original American Girl books, these read like a Saves the Day story, and have the starring character learning, helping, and striving Cecile is much vivid and interesting than Marie Grace, and so far I have preferred her books Denise Lewis Patrick does appear to write choppily, as if for the very young set In comparison to a Valerie Tripp book, Tripp appears to [...]

    11. It is summer in New Orleans, and Cecile and Marie Grace are having a great time But during the summer, a terrible sickness called yellow fever is spreading around town, and Cecile s brother Armand has gotten very sick from it Cecile doesn t want her brother to die Also, the housemaid Ellen has gotten sick also At the end of the book, Ellen dies of yellow fever Cecile is sad, but she is also happy because Armand has gotten better I love this book I like most of the American girl books that I ve r [...]

    12. Cecile s brother becomes ill with yellow fever It was interesting to read about the epidemic hitting so close to home for Cecile, but I admit that I was disappointed by the death of a servant to the Reys family As I make my way through this series, I am often let down by the artwork The moments that the illustrator chooses to highlight in full page, full color pictures are often insignificant and the characters appear very stiff in body and face The star of this series is most definitely the set [...]

    13. Cecile s stories are much interesting than Marie Grace s, but still a bit slow They are better written, and interesting, but still I found them very longish for this age group They were double the length of the original American Girl stories I wish they had just done her stories and just had Marie Grace as the best friend

    14. its about the yellow fever has spread across new orleans and Cecile s brother and her maid has it too.during their troubles Armand,Cecile s brother,survives but their kind servant does notis book is mostly about history back then.

    15. Heartbreaking this entire story is full of tension and emotion I feel for Cecile and her family and wanted to cry than once I love how the author handled this situation and this period in time.

    16. Yellow Fever has hit New Orleans, and Cecile s brother Armande has fallen ill, the whole city in in terror over the deadly disease, Cecile must be strong and find a way to help during this time of epidemic.

    17. This was absolutely the best book in the series so far Cecile s brother contracts Yellow Fever, and this story chronicles his illness and the impact it has on Cecile and her family I LOVED it.

    18. The trouble that Cecile faces in this book is the Yellow Fever epidemic and how it strikes her own home Her brother and maid both get Yellow Fever but Armand lives and the maid did not.

    19. Here s my focus on the yellow fever I m glad her brother survived but why is it that I feel they weren t that upset when Ellen died.

    20. Here it is, the heavy book in the MGC series It s a pretty good one it has given me and Isobel some things to talk about I like C cile.

    21. I can not imagine a health epidemic It was interesting to read about it and I m still in awe of race relations during this time in New Orleans Going to mass with all races Wow.

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