Marjorie's Three Gifts: Easyread Comfort Edition
Louisa May Alcott's Marjorie's Three Gifts (1876) is a short story about a little poor girl who has many things on her mind. On her birthday, she is lost in thinking about how to help all the poor children. Hard work and industry are emphasized by the author, as they bring cheerfulness and love.
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