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An Irish Penny (Our Canadian Girl: Penelope #3)

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In book three of Penny’s story, the Great War in Europe continues to cast its shadow over the world. Penny’s Aunt Colleen is constantly worried about her brother, Robert, who is serving in France and though Penny’s also worried for Uncle Robert, she’s facing her own more immediate problems. She’s begun school at a posh private academy, where the upper-class girls tease Pen ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published September 2nd 2003 by Penguin Canada
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Sharon E. McKay was born in 1954 in Montreal, Quebec, and earned a B.A. from York University in 1978. She lives in Kilbride, Ontario.

* Our Canadian Girl: Penelope
* Charlie Wilcox

Arthur Ellis Award
Best Juvenile (2009): War Brothers - Winner

Hackmatack Children's Choice Book Award: Fiction
2002 – Charlie Wilcox – Winner
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