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Melanie Marie Mary Mowry and the Sugar Plum Fairies

Melanie Marie Mary Mowry and the Sugar Plum Fairies
by T. L. Standridge

When Melanie Marie Mary Mowry hears that her school is putting on a production of The Nutcracker, she just has to have the lead role. She can't stop thinking about all the attention she'll get and all the fun she'll have. She can't imagine anything better.

But Melanie soon learns that her best friend, Jo Jo, also wants to play the lead. Jo Jo loves to dance and sing and act, and she's been in plays since she was a little girl. Melanie knows how much playing the lead in The Nutcracker would mean to Jo Jo. As auditions get closer and closer, Melanie is torn about what to do. Should she go for the part she wants and risk ruining Jo Jo's chances at the lead? Or is there some other part that she'll like even better?

In Melanie Marie Mary Mowry and the Sugar Plum Fairies, Terri Standridge tells a fun, engaging story about the power of prayer and God's Word. Melanie finds herself in a fix, and with some guidance from her family and friends, she learns just where to look for help.

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