Camille's Story, 1910Book - 2015
"Camille LeClerc has just moved into the grand estate Rousseau--one of the largest and most beautiful manor homes in all of Paris--with her mother, the cook. Living in the manor is a dream come true for Camille and brings her closer to the wealthy Rousseaus, with whom she has always believed she shares a special bond, despite her mother's constant urging to remember her place. Soon Camille is right at home inside the manor, and it's not long before she stumbles upon family treasures that have been hidden away for many years. Treasures that might be the key to unlocking secrets of the manor's past-- and her own."
Publisher: New York : Simon Spotlight, 2015
Branch Call Number: J FIC Whitby A
Characteristics: 139 pages ; 20 cm
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