A Gift for Meg (Portraits of Little Women)
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A Gift for Meg (Portraits of Little Women)

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Meg March treasures the bolt of Belgian lace that Aunt March brings her from a trip to Europe. The exquisite lace is to be used on her wedding day, far in the future. For now, Meg wants only to admire it and, above all, to safeguard it from jealous Jo. But the more Meg attempts to keep the lace out of Jo's hands, the more Jo covets it. What can come of a gift that turns tw...more
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published June 8th 1999 by Delacorte Books for Young Readers
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When Meg recieves Belgin Lace from her wealthy Aunt for her future wedding. There arrises conflict in the March household. and the lace gets the worst of it.
Sierra Abrams
I loved these books SO much when I was younger! :)
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