Nobody's Girl (En Famille)
pubOne.info thank you for your continued support and wish to present you this new edition. It was Saturday afternoon about 3 o'clock. There was the usual scene; outside the Gates of Bercy there was a crowd of people, and on the quays, four rows deep, carts and wagons were massed together. Coal carts, carts heaped with hay and straw, all were waiting in the clear, warm June sunshine for the examination from the custom official. All had been hurrying to reach Paris before Sunday.
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Review: Nobody's GirlUser Review - Susan - Goodreads
My mother gave me this book as a gift and I read it many times. I loved the story and cried over the poor girl's trials and tribulations until the happy ending when she and her grandfather were united ... Read full review
Review: Nobody's GirlUser Review - Sandra Noel - Goodreads
Oh, this is an old, old book. I have been searching for it for many years. I recall being young, in a foreign country, and finding a home for myself in a library. This book was one of the first things ... Read full review