Marie-Claire

Marie-Claire

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Meet Marie-Claire, who lives with her family in Montreal in 1885. Her parents are hard-working, but there is very little money to spare, and Marie- Claire worries about what will happen if one of them falls ill. Then a smallpox epidemic sweeps through the city, and it seems every family is affected-even Marie-Claire's. Her father, a fireman, has been injured and is unable to work. As a result her mother must take a job as a seamstress, and Marie-Claire has to stay home from school to help with the household chores and to take care of Emilie and baby Philippe.
Publisher: Toronto : Puffin Canada, 2010
ISBN: 9780143170860
Branch Call Number: J PB S
Characteristics: x, 315 p. :,ill., map ;,21 cm

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