The Court of the Stone Children

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San Val, Incorporated, Jan 1, 1990 - Juvenile Fiction
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Who is Dominique? When Nina first sees her in the French Museum, she senses that there is something unreal about the strange, beautiful girl. In fact, Domi is from Napolean's time, and she has come to get Nina's help. For Domi's father was executed as a traitor during the French Revolution, and Domi is convinced that Nina can prove his innocence. But to save Domi's father, Nina will have to solve a mystery that has lasted two centuries. And she will have to travel back through time, back to France and the court of the stone children...

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User Review  - maureene87 - LibraryThing

I never quite connected to the characters on this one. Somehow the children didnít seem very much like children, or at least their dialogue didnít. In Odileís case this makes perfect sense, but for Nina itís a bit more problematic. [Oct. 2010] Read full review

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User Review  - Mary Catelli - Goodreads

Rereading books you enjoyed as a child can be interesting. Particularly if you do a number and the only conclusion you can come to, instead of "How did I enjoy such rubbish?" or "How did I manage to ... Read full review

About the author (1990)

Mrs. Cameron received both the Commonwealth Club of California Award and an award for her novel, A Spell is Cast. Her book A Room Made of Windows, a story about a girl trying to come to terms with her life, won the Boston Globe Horn Book Award.
All Mrs. Cameron's books blend reality and imagination with a distinction that makes them timeless.

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