Wish Upon a Star (2020)

Wish Upon a Star Margaret Thornton Wish Upon a Star When Sally Bamber and her mother in law Ellen decide to take in two evacuees at the start of the Second World War neither of them can imagine that three young children will soon be living under their
  • Title: Wish Upon a Star
  • Author: Margaret Thornton
  • ISBN: 9780750513777
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Hardcover
Wish Upon a Star Margaret Thornton When Sally Bamber and her mother in law Ellen decide to take in two evacuees at the start of the Second World War neither of them can imagine that three young children will soon be living under their roof One of them, in particular, stands out as the grubbiest, most ill spoken child they have ever met, but with her warmth and friendliness, Gloria Mulligan soon wins a specWhen Sally Bamber and her mother in law Ellen decide to take in two evacuees at the start of the Second World War neither of them can imagine that three young children will soon be living under their roof One of them, in particular, stands out as the grubbiest, most ill spoken child they have ever met, but with her warmth and friendliness, Gloria Mulligan soon wins a special place in Sally s heart Sally hasn t been lucky enough to have children of her own and she sees in Gloria the daughter she s always wished for Meanwhile Gloria, who has been starved of genuine affection from her own large family, secretly wishes that she will never have to go home again But life seldom works out as we would wish and when the horror of war begins to take its toll, Sally, Gloria and the entire Blackpool community must face the consequences
Wish Upon a Star Margaret Thornton

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    362 Margaret Thornton
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    Published :2020-05-13T15:32:02+00:00

One thought on “Wish Upon a Star

  1. michelle reilly

    A lovely bookThoroughly enjoyable from start to finish Lovely storyline and the characters were like family A mixture of happiness and sorrow made this book a joy to read.

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