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Cécile's Gift By Denise Lewis Patrick Christine Kornacki Cindy Salans Rosenheim,

  • Title: Cécile's Gift
  • Author: Denise Lewis Patrick Christine Kornacki Cindy Salans Rosenheim
  • ISBN: 9781593696641
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Hardcover
  • C cile and her friend Marie Grace volunteer at Holy Trinity Orphanage every week, and C cile becomes especially close to a little girl named Perrine But there are so many children who have lost their families to yellow fever, and C cile wishes she could do to help them When she hears that a huge benefit will be held to raise money for all the orphans in New Orleans,C cile and her friend Marie Grace volunteer at Holy Trinity Orphanage every week, and C cile becomes especially close to a little girl named Perrine But there are so many children who have lost their families to yellow fever, and C cile wishes she could do to help them When she hears that a huge benefit will be held to raise money for all the orphans in New Orleans, she is determined to take part But what can C cile give to the orphans to lift their sad hearts and let them know she cares
    C cile s Gift C cile and her friend Marie Grace volunteer at Holy Trinity Orphanage every week and C cile becomes especially close to a little girl named Perrine But there are so many children who have lost their

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    1. boy, am i ever relieved that this is the last book in this series i am not wild about these charactersis one is all about how some folks in new orleans decided to organize a benefit for the local orphanages, which are housing children than ever since the yellow fever epidemic everyone is excited wants to contribute mme oceane has been invited to sing a song cecile suggests that marie grace sing a duet with mme oceane, as marie grace has such a pretty voice armand wants to paint backdrops, mrs r [...]

    2. In C cile s Gift, New Orleans is recovering from the Yellow Fever Epidemic, less and less people are getting sick every day, the people who left the city to escape the fever are coming back, and people are less afraid But they are realizing that life isn t just going to go back to normal for most people, there are so many orphans A benefit is organized to raise money for the orphans C cile offers recite a poem, but it s it the right poem and will it touch the hearts of everyone the way she hopes [...]

    3. 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.

    4. 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 [...]

    5. With this volume, we say Goodbye to Marie Grace, who is traveling to another city, and to Cecile, both whom seem like friends now, tha just AG characters La Celebration is upon us, and Cecile has decided to recite a poem She choose a suiting poem from a vintage collection, but it doesn t seem to be understood my Perrine, so she decides to write one of her own Poems are best written from the heart, and everyone loves her poem at La Celebration Now, that name is another bit of inconsistency in th [...]

    6. 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 [...]

    7. Nice ending to a sweet set of stories I liked both characters overarching development through the series than I liked any of the individual books They just weren t as exciting as Kaya s there was no real peril for Marie Grace and C cile themselves I did really love the setting New Orleans, 1853 and the messages and the historical material Isobel liked these ones at least as much as the Kaya books, but she says she wants the Kaya doll for Christmas I think it s because Kaya has a horse We are on [...]

    8. There a big benefit to help families who have survived the ravages of the yellow fever outbreak and Cecile wants to contribute Her dear friend Marie Grace is singing a duet with her aunt the girls vocal teacher and Cecile decides she d like to a recitation When her piece falls flat in her practice performance for the orphans she is challenged to use her gift for storytelling so that her message will be clearly understood by the children of New Orleans At the very end Cecile and Marie Grace excha [...]

    9. Cecile s Gift was by far the best of this set of junior novels about the two best friends At some point after Marie Grace and the Orphans, the writers took a sharp turn towards exploring the yellow fever epidemic, which tightens the story into of what an American Girl book usually is I found Cecile s Gift to be a well written excursion into New Orleans after the yellow fever epidemic, with a lot of heart.

    10. This was the last book in the Marie Grace Cecile series Abby and I really liked the series the books had great messages about hardship, charity, helping others, music, and friendship It was also interesting to learn about New Orleans My only complaint is about the illustrations which were sometimes okay, but mostly odd looking Not nearly as beautiful as the Kit or Josefina illustrations.

    11. Jumping into the NOLA series at the last book might be kind of a stupid move But the book is easy enough to follow I just have no idea who Ellen is The story is okay It s not great and I didn t get to attached to any of the characters or events Everyone is pretty bland I liked the history section at the back.

    12. I think I m going to remember this series as those stories about the epidemic whether I want to or not The aftermath shows that the difficulty isn t over yet Cecile finds the way she can help the orphans of the city A good story and a satisfying conclusion to everything.

    13. Cecile s gift is singing She is a really good singer and she sang for a benifit for the orphanages both the home for white children and the home for African American children and they made lots of money.

    14. Marie Grace encourages Cecile to help her people She wants to help them to be strong and brave after the yellow fever outburst.This book is great I really like it You should read this book.

    15. So glad they corrected the pronunciation at the end Seeing all the other books insist that Monette is pronounced the same as Monet was a pain.

    16. Sophie and I finished the six book Marie Grace and Cecile series, which I really enjoyed I learned a lot, as did Sophie, about life in New Orleans in the late 1800s.

    17. This was my favorite book of this set Cecile learns about herself and her talents and then uses them to bless others It was quite touching.

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