Meet Marie-Grace by Sarah Masters BuckeyMarie-Grace Gardner has just arrived in New Orleans, and she hopes she never has to move again. The lively city is unlike any other place Marie-Grace has lived. When she meets Mademoiselle Oceane, a talented opera singer, Marie-Grace longs to take lessons. She loves to sing, and she would like to get to know Cecile Rey, the confident girl who is Mademoiselles student. But Marie-Grace is shy, and starting school reminds her how hard it is to make friends and fit in. Can an unexpected adventure help her feel as if she belongs in New Orleans?
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Marie-Grace opens up a whole world of imaginative play, and comes with authentic styles from A plaid taffeta dress in shades of pink and tangerine, featuring a wide neckline, puffed sleeves, and lace trim Lacy white pantalettes that peek out at the hem Knee-length stockings and two-tone boots with button details Long caramel hair styled in braids and tied with two pretty ribbons. The Marie-Grace doll has a huggable cloth body, and her movable head and limbs are made of smooth vinyl. Includes the Meet Marie-Grace paperback book, the introductory story of this shy and compassionate girl happy to find a home in s New Orleans. Here at Walmart.
The Marie-Grace Gardner doll was released in , along with Cécile Rey. Marie-Grace was retired in Contents[show] Marie-Grace Doll Face Mold.
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Their books remain available for purchase. Marie-Grace was born in New Orleans, but left after her mother and younger brother's deaths. She was brave as a young child, as told in backstory.
Marie-Grace is worried. Yellow fever is raging through New Orleans. 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.
The dolls portray eight- to eleven-year-old girls of a variety of ethnicities. They are sold with accompanying books told from the viewpoint of the girls. Originally the stories focused on various periods of American history, but were expanded in to include contemporary characters and stories, the latest addition being WellieWishers, a line of This product line aims to teach aspects of American history through a six book series from the perspective of a nine-year-old girl living in that time period. Although the books are written for the eight-to-thirteen-year-old target market, they endeavor to cover topics such as child labor , child abuse , poverty , racism , slavery , alcoholism , animal abuse , and war in manners appropriate for the understanding and sensibilities of the company's target market.