A Vicarage Family: An Autobiographical Story

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F. Watts, 1963 - Authors - 245 pages
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A fictionalised autobiography of a young girl living in a vicarage household and attending school in the years before the First World War.

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Review: A Vicarage Family (Lions)

User Review  - Hope - Goodreads

Though written in the same form as her other children's novels, this book is clearly autobiographical. (In the introduction Streatfeild informs the reader that she is Vicky in the story). Because the story is true, it is sadder than the "Shoe Books". Read full review

Review: A Vicarage Family (Lions)

User Review  - Goodreads

Though written in the same form as her other children's novels, this book is clearly autobiographical. (In the introduction Streatfeild informs the reader that she is Vicky in the story). Because the story is true, it is sadder than the "Shoe Books". Read full review

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