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📙 Something Old, Something New by Connie Monk, narrator Margaret Sircom


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When Tim and Sue Marshall take in a local boarding school boy on their farm, they watch as the shy, bespectacled Quentin changes beyond recognition. As the years go by there are big changes for everyone, Sue sees her family growing up and realizes that things can never stay the same. ©2003 Connie Monk (P)2003 Library Magna Books Ltd

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