Meet Cecile and Meet Marie-Grace-A Book Review

20 Oct

Cecile Rey lives in 1853, New Orleans. Cecile is very excited for Mardi-Gras, but does not know what to go as. At music lessons Cecile meets a girl named Marie- Grace, who was born in New Orleans and had moved and had just moved back. Marie-Grace has trouble at school with bullies, and Cecile waits the arrival of her brother who has been gone for two years visiting France. But, the two friends share many adventures like the one that happened on Mardi Gras. Marie-Grace and Cecile were going to different parties for Mardi Gras, but both parties were held in the same building. Marie-Grace and Cecile had both gone as faries and had the same costume…so they switched places! Marie-Grace enjoyed Cecile’s party more then her own, and Cecile had a great adventure like she had been wanting.

I thought these books were some of the better American Girl books. Each book switches off from Cecile to Marie-Grace from their point of view. I give these books four out of five stars. Some of the words in the book are French (the glossery in the back helped me:) I will be doing book reviews of the four other books in the series:)


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I love the dolls!!!!!

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5 Responses to “Meet Cecile and Meet Marie-Grace-A Book Review”

  1. sophie4503 October 21, 2011 at 6:58 pm #

    i love the dolls
    do you have the books
    i want to win the contest
    -sophie4503
    the musters rock
    oranges

  2. Lulu October 21, 2011 at 10:49 pm #

    Hi Sophie,
    Unfortunately I do not have the books, but I did read them

  3. sophie4503 October 23, 2011 at 4:38 pm #

    how did you go to the library orthe school library

  4. Lulu October 23, 2011 at 6:07 pm #

    The public library.

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