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by Margaret Thornton

Free eBook Above The Bright Blue Sky download ISBN: 0749082941
Author: Margaret Thornton
Publisher: Allison and Busby; Reprint edition (September 1, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 288
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Size MP3: 1899 mb
Size FLAC: 1788 mb
Rating: 4.9
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In this time of trouble, when life suddenly seems so precious and vulnerable, true and lasting friendships are formed and love blossoms as the dark cloud of war eventually clears to the bright blue sky of a hopeful future.

In this time of trouble, when life suddenly seems so precious and vulnerable, true and lasting friendships are formed and love blossoms as the dark cloud of war eventually clears to the bright blue sky of a hopeful future. One fee. Stacks of books.

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Start by marking Above The Bright Blue Sky as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. One is good but don’t waste your time reading the same story written differently. Margaret Thornton was born in Blackpool and has lived there all her life. Thornton has two children and five grandchildren. To date, she has written 24 novels. Books by Margaret Thornton. Mor. rivia About Above The Bright.

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. Life for Maisie Jackson has been far from happy for a number of years - ever since her mother re-married after her beloved father's death, and her new stepfather and stepbrother moved into their small terrac. Life for Maisie Jackson has been far from happy for a number of years - ever since her mother re-married after her beloved father's death, and her new stepfather and stepbrother moved into their small terraced house in Armley, Leeds. And it seems her dreams are about to come true. It is 1939 and war is suddenly looming dark on the horizon.

The children had inherited, too, the straw-coloured straight hair and pale blue eyes of both Sidney and Percy; and Maisie, whenever she looked at them, could see no resemblance to either herself or her mother

carousel previous carousel next. Cast the First Stone: A 1960s saga set in the Yorkshire Dales. The children had inherited, too, the straw-coloured straight hair and pale blue eyes of both Sidney and Percy; and Maisie, whenever she looked at them, could see no resemblance to either herself or her mother. Which was, no doubt, the reason that she could not like her half-sister and -brother very much.

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Above the Bright Blue Sky (Ulverscroft Large Print Series). Author:Thornton, Margaret. Book Binding:Hardback. Publisher:Magna Large Print Books. Book Condition:VERYGOOD. World of Books Ltd was founded in 2005, recycling books sold to us through charities either directly or indirectly. Read full description.

To my husband, John, with love, thanking him once again for his support, encouragement and understanding.

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Life for Maisie Jackson has been far from happy for a number of years – ever since her mother re-married after her beloved father’s death. Suffering abuse at her cruel stepbrother’s hand, and mercilessly tormented by her stepfather, Maisie dreams of escaping to a new life far away. And it seems her dreams are about to come true… It is 1939 and war is suddenly looming dark on the horizon. For many, with memories of the ‘war to end all wars’ still fresh in their minds, this is a horrific and frightening prospect. But for nine-year-old Maisie, it represents her longed-for chance of freedom – maybe she’ll be evacuated to the countryside, to one of the places her father used to tell her about. As the small market town of Middlebeck in the Yorkshire dales prepares for the arrival of the evacuees, many of the villagers ponder on how they will cope with this sudden influx of visitors. But they are all determined to pull together and welcome the strangers with open arms, eager to ‘do their bit’ for the war effort. In this time of trouble, when life suddenly seems so precious and vulnerable, true and lasting friendships are formed and love blossoms as the dark cloud of war eventually clears to the bright blue sky of a hopeful future.