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Adopting of Rosa Marie

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"Adopting of Rosa Marie" by Carroll Watson Rankin is a heartwarming tale that follows the life of a young girl named Rosa Marie who is adopted by the loving McLean family. The story beautifully portrays the trials and tribulations of adoption, as well as the power of love and acceptance.

Rankin does an excellent job of capturing the emotions and experiences of both the adoptive parents and the adopted child. The characters are well-developed and relatable, making it easy for readers to become invested in their lives.

The writing style is engaging and easy to follow, making the book a quick and enjoyable read. The themes of family, love, and acceptance are timeless and resonate with readers of all ages.

Overall, "Adopting of Rosa Marie" is a touching and uplifting story that will leave a lasting impression on its readers. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a heartwarming tale of love and family.

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In this charming girl's book we meet again the four chums of Dandelion Cottage. Their friendship knit closer than ever by their summer at playing house, the girls enlarge their activity by mothering a pretty little Indian baby.

"Those who have read Dandelion Cottage will need no urge to follow further. . . . A lovable group of four children, happily not perfect, but full of girlish plans and pranks and a delightful sense of humor." - Summary from the book

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