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This is a Young Adult Novel --not a children's novel.
"The Sequel to The Girl in the Well
Another bitter prairie winter of the Great Depression is over . . . well, almost. Winter has a few more furies to unleash, complete with snow ghosts howling in the heavens. But Corinne Kragh doesn't hold with such nonsense, and neither does she put up with the likes of Mertie Henshaw, who's always playing tricks on her. She's not even scared of the most brutal blizzard of the season. But all these events pale when she discovers that she's about to become a big sister. If the baby's going to take over her room, where will she stay? There's barely enough room right now. Overcome by dreams of having to live in the stable, Corinne considers her options, including running away. In her dire mood, she meets April Brimmicombe, a new friend, and finds her real problem, and her real opportunity, is that she is growing up."
Printed and bound in Canada.
Financial support provided by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
Northern Lights Young Novels are published by Red Deer College Press.
34 chapters, 175 pages
Last page includes information about the author Cecil Freeman Beller.