Amy's Promise

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Scholastic Canada, Jan 1, 1995 - Families - 192 pages
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Amy Phair's world fell apart when her mother died. Her baby sister was taken away, and now Gramma Davis keeps her busy cooking and cleaning for three young brothers and a neglectful father. It isn't fair . . . but Amy promised her mama she'd watch over them all. Still, Amy can dream: dreams of beautiful music, of having a sister, of a father who can love his children again. But what can a twelve-year-old do to make promises come true?

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Originally published in 1981, this slender little paperback packs quite a punch! The first of a trilogy of books depicting a young girl's experiences growing up in Depression-era Toronto - it is ... Read full review

Contents

AmyPhair
1
Winnie Plum
8
The House on Silvertree
13
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Award-winner Bernice Thurman Hunter is the author of many highly acclaimed historicalnovels, including Booky: A Trilogy and the equally successful Margaret books. Her most recent title is the Red Cedar Award-winning Amy's Promise. Bernice received the Vicky Metcalf award in 1989 for her body of work. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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