Ten-year-old Min has had a long history of foster care since being abandoned in a public washroom at age three. When Min is dumped by her latest foster mother just before Christmas, Jess Hart, a former Children's Aid doctor who knows Min and sees past her hardened shell, decides to take her home for a couple of weeks to see how the two of them get along. On their way to find a Christmas tree, Min finds a young dog that's near death and brings it home. As the dog's timidness and distrust lessens, Min starts to open up. This is a story of an abandoned dog helping an abandoned girl open her heart and let in a new family.
Dancing through the snow
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