Grandmother’s Dreamcatcher

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Grandmother’s Dreamcatcher

Book title: Grandmother’s Dreamcatcher

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Author: Becky Ray McCain

Book Description:
While Kimmy’s parents look for a house close to Daddy’s job, Kimmy stays with her Chippewa grandmother. The bad dreams she has had still bother her. But with her grandmother’s help, she learns about dreamcatchers.

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