Marie-Grace Makes a Difference - Paperback
When someone Marie-Grace loves falls ill with yellow fever, Marie-Grace jumps at the chance to help in any way she can. Learn more...
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Product DescriptionMarie-Grace is worried. Yellow fever is raging through New Orleans. The orphanage where she and Cécile have been volunteering is becoming crowded with children who have lost their parents to the dreadful disease. And now someone Marie-Grace cares about is terribly ill. When the chance comes to help, Marie-Grace takes it. She knows she can make a difference. But will this horrible fever cause Marie-Grace to lose the home and family she loves? Includes an illustrated "Looking Back" essay about health and medicine in the 1800s. Author: Sarah Masters Buckey. Paperback. 104 pages.
This book is fifth in a series of six books filled with inspiring lessons of compassion, courage, and friendship. Their stories, which are woven together in one six-book series and written by two different authors, include Meet Marie-Grace, Meet Cécile, Marie-Grace and the Orphans, Troubles for Cécile, Marie-Grace Makes a Difference, and Cécile's Gift.