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Circle of Gold

by Candy Dawson Boyd
To make things all right in her family again, Mattie works hard to buy her mother a very special gift. A Coretta Scott King Award Winner. 139 pages, Ages 9-12

Item Number: 132
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $15.00
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5The main characters in this book are Mattie Benson, Matt Benson, (Mattie's twin brother), and Ms. Benson. After Mattie's father died, her family was never the same. Her mother was always working late and was hardly ever home. When she was home she was usually tired or in a very bad mood. She rarely had time for her children. As time passed, things were getting worse and Mattie noticed that her mother was being put under more and more stress everyday because of her job. Mother's Day is coming soon and Mattie really wants to get her mom the perfect gift: a gold pin. She believes this perfect gift will be what it takes to bring her family back together for sure. Mattie runs into some trouble while trying to buy the gift for her mother. She doesn't have enough money. But that doesn't stop her, and in the end she finds out that she has actually given her mother and brother more than she could ever imagine. Something a lot more precious than a gold pin.
2011-08-11

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