Search Of The Moon King's Daughter

September 2, 2003|
Search Of The Moon King's Daughter by Linda Holeman
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Included in one of the 2004 YALSA Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults lists

Nominated for the White Pine Reading Program of the Durham District School Board

Gentle Emmaline loves nothing more than books and flowers and her little brother Tommy. Sadly, her idyllic country life in Victorian England comes to an abrupt end when her father dies of cholera. The family is forced to move to a mill town, where Emmaline’s mother is dreadfully injured in a factory accident. To ease her pain she takes laudanum and is soon addicted, craving the drug so badly that she sells Tommy into servitude as a chimney sweep in London. Emmaline knows that a sweep’s life is short and awful. Small boys as young as five are forced to climb naked into dark chimneys, their bare feet prodded by nail-studded sticks to keep them working. If Tommy is to survive, it is up to Emmaline to find him.

Linda Holeman brings a bygone period to life in a book of serious historical fiction for young adults.
Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Linda Holeman had always dreamed of becoming an author. Her first writing success came when she was in grade 5. A story she had written was aired on the CBC radio program “Story Broadcast Journal” and she still has a copy of the booklet it was published in. Her career has included stints as a cla...
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Title:Search Of The Moon King's Daughter
Format:Paperback
Product dimensions:320 pages, 7.68 X 5.24 X 0.66 in
Shipping dimensions:320 pages, 7.68 X 5.24 X 0.66 in
Published:September 2, 2003
Publisher:Tundra
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780887766091

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