Lizabeth’s Story (The Girls of Lighthouse Lane #3)
“It’s Tracy,” Mother said. “She has scarlet fever.” “Scarlet fever?” Lisabeth repeated. Her little sister had scarlet fever? “It will be all right, I know it will.” Aunt Jean put her arm around Mother’s shoulders. Rose took Lisabeth’s hand. “My father said almost everyone in Cranberry recovered.” “But some didn’t,” Mother whispered. “Tracy has always been a strong, sturdy little girl, the picture of health,” Aunt Jean said. Lizabeth looked from Mother to Aunt Jean and back again. Mother panics too easily, she thought. Tracy will be all right. Scarlet fever wasn’t that bad. Was it?
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