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by Sheila Newberry

Author: Sheila Newberry
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Robert Hale (June 30, 2009)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.8
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The Watercress Girls is dedicated to the five ‘Mackley Girls’ who grew up variously in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada and Minot, North Dakota, USA.

The Watercress Girls is dedicated to the five ‘Mackley Girls’ who grew up variously in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada and Minot, North Dakota, USA. Also, to the memory of two lovely English sisters, Lottie, who was painted as a child wearing a yellow dress, and her sister Clare, missionary and teacher.

She was paid thirty cents an hour for basic domestic duties, and Mattie insisted that she should save her earnings for the future pefully. I don’t think I’m cut out for that, Mom. Oh, I’m real glad to be helping out the way I do now, though I hate being on bedpan duty – and the patients say I make ’em smile. Haven’t you any idea what you might do, after this?’. Megan knew, of course, what she intended to do. She just wasn’t sure that her mom and dad would agree with her choice.

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The Watercress Girls - Sheila Newberry. other than the mention of them collecting watercress once I cannot think why thye are teh watercress girls. sorry but this book failed to hit the mark for me. Close Dialog.

The Watercress Girls. About Sheila Newberry. Sheila has nine children and twenty-two lively grandchildren. By (author) Sheila Newberry. Her family has certainly been her inspiration and she has been published most of her adult life. She now lives in Suffolk with her husband. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Sheila Newberry (author). Twelve-year-old Mattie and her little sister Evie lead an idyllic life in the Suffolk countryside, playing in the meadows and picking watercress in the streams. Living with their family in Plough Cottage, little do they know that this perfect childhood will soon come to an end with the start of the First World War. As the years pass the girls go on to live very different lives. Mattie travels from Suffolk to Plymouth and then to Canada and America, whilst Evie remains in England and pursues her career.

The girls will grow up to lead very different lives. Sheila Newberry has nine children and 22 lively grandchildren. Mattie is destined to travel far from home and to found a dynasty of strong-minded women like herself. Evie, in the role of family carer, still achieves a satisfying career. More about Sheila Newberry.

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IN THE WATERCRESS GIRLS, spirited and beautiful Annie Flanagan’s reckless ambition takes her from the Hackney watercress beds to dancing at the . Both books have been chosen as finalists for The Wishing Shelf Award.

IN THE WATERCRESS GIRLS, spirited and beautiful Annie Flanagan’s reckless ambition takes her from the Hackney watercress beds to dancing at the Folies-Bergère in Paris. When she disappears, leaving her illegitimate son behind, her friend Hettie Bundy sets out to find her. Secrets are revealed that put both girls’ lives in danger. Kay writes about the poverty, prejudice and social injustice prevalent in Victorian England and the huge gap between the immensely wealthy and the grindingly poor, but not in such a way as to spoil a great story.

On a blazing hot day in late August 1914, 12 year-old Mattie dances in the stream, spraying her little sister Evie with silvery showers of water. They have come here to cool off and to pick watercress for tea. They are unaware that their idyllic childhood in Suffolk is almost at an end, for as their mother says, "all the world's gone mad . . . " The girls will grow up to lead very different lives. Mattie is destined to travel far from home and to found a dynasty of strong-minded women like herself. Evie, in the role of family carer, still achieves a satisfying career. But will the two sisters be reunited and a secret resolved?