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Christmas Authors Enjoy the Fruits of their Labour at St. Charles Elementary


December 22, 2011 - The grade 3/4 French Immersion students St. Charles Elementary Catholic school made their own Christmas book and wrote their own stories to put in it. JK student, Vincent Lachapelle enjoys listening while Alexis Pilon, grade 4 student reads her Christmas story, Le Pere Noel ne Peut Pas Trouver Rudolphe/Santa Claus Can't Find Rudolph.



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