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Jamberoo Road #2019

Jamberoo Road Five years ago in Missabella and her ten orphans the Switherby Pilgrims had voyaged from England to New South Wales in primitive Australia Missabella now is determined to provide for the fut

  • Title: Jamberoo Road
  • Author: Eleanor Spence
  • ISBN: 9781932350173
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jamberoo Road By Eleanor Spence, Five years ago, in 1825, Missabella and her ten orphans the Switherby Pilgrims had voyaged from England to New South Wales, in primitive Australia Missabella, now, is determined to provide for the future of her orphans according to each one s character Not an easy task, with such a varied, ragtag, yet lovable set of personalities and backgrounds as they represent SeliFive years ago, in 1825, Missabella and her ten orphans the Switherby Pilgrims had voyaged from England to New South Wales, in primitive Australia Missabella, now, is determined to provide for the future of her orphans according to each one s character Not an easy task, with such a varied, ragtag, yet lovable set of personalities and backgrounds as they represent Selina will train in Sydney to be a milliner Paul may become a midshipman Francis loves to farm But what will satisfy clever, independent Cassie, who has ambitions to be a writer The Jamberoo Road leads her inland, to the discomforts and enticements of being governess in a wealthy colonial family Cassie s story, interwoven with that of all the other orphans and their former farmhand Eben s, is both an account of personal growth and a vivid journey into early day Australia.

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    1. As the Switherby Pilgrims grow up, Misabella has a challenge on her hands trying to turn them into the ladies and gentlemen she wants them to be When Luke falls into bad company, the entire family is affected.While this wasn t as good as the first book, it is still a great story and we ll worth reading It gives a priceless look at Australia as a convict colony, and it is suitable for all ages Give it a try, you won t be disappointed

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