The Girl With No Name

Author: Lisa Regan

Publisher: Bookouture

ISBN: 1786813831

Category: Fiction

Page: 369

View: 6454

The Girl With No Name

Author: Diney Costeloe

Publisher: Head of Zeus

ISBN: 1784970042

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

View: 7346

A heart-wrenching story from the bestselling author of The Throwaway Children. Thirteen-year-old Lisa has escaped from Nazi Germany on the Kindertransport. She arrives in London unable to speak a word of English, her few belongings crammed into a small suitcase. Among them is one precious photograph of the family she has left behind. Lonely and homesick, Lisa is adopted by a childless couple. But when the Blitz blows her new home apart, she wakes up in hospital with no memory of who she is or where she came from. The authorities give her a new name and despatch her to a children's home. With the war raging around her, what will become of Lisa now? Can't wait for the sequel? The Married Girls is out now! What readers are saying about The Girl With No Name: 'Diney Costeloe has perfectly captured the traumatic atmosphere of the war years both in London and the countryside ... Highly recommended' 'The characters leap from the pages. The Blitz scenes were palpable, imagining what Londoners endured during WW2. Love all Diney's books' 'The author writes with good pace, and excellent descriptions of place and characters, but her main skill is in conveying the personal dilemmas faced by her characters. I shall definitely seek out more books by this author'.

The Girl With No Name

Author: Irene Bateman


ISBN: 1326944304

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 420

View: 5646

Thieving, swindling, controlling ... that's Irene's stepfather. Her mother showers her little girl with abuse and neglect instead of love, and Irene spends her childhood in utter deprivation and hardship. And for some inexplicable reason her mother will not tell her who her real father is. Will she ever be able to find out for herself? Luckily Irene has a safe haven with her loving auntie and uncle, but when they move away she is left alone to fend for herself in a family where she just doesn't fit in. Irene resolves to leave her horrible family behind, and her determination to escape what life has thrown at her leads her to a dream career as a nurse. Her confidence grows, and her ambition of carving out her own future is boosted by a good nose for a property deal. And might she find happiness in love when she least expects it?

The Girl with No Name

Author: Marina Chapman,Vanessa James

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1780577400

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 272

View: 5911

‘It all happened so quickly. One minute I was squatting on the bare earth, preoccupied with popping pea pods. The next, I saw the flash of a black hand and white cloth, and before I even had a chance to cry out it had sailed towards my face, and completely covered it . . .’ In 1954, in a remote South American village, a four-year-old girl was abducted and then abandoned deep in the Colombian rainforest. So begins the incredible true story of Marina Chapman, who went on to spend several years alone in the jungle, her only family a troop of capuchin monkeys. Using instinct to guide her, she copied everything they did and soon learned to fend for herself. At around ten years old, a completely feral Marina was returned to civilisation by hunters, who sold her to a brothel. After being enslaved and beaten daily, she escaped – to live the perilous existence of a Colombian city street kid. Marina’s life as a wild child wasn’t over. In some ways, it had only just begun. This is her astonishing story.

The Girl With No Name

Author: Reine Andrieu

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1529384222

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

View: 1233

'Read it in one sitting!' ***** Madeleine, Amazon reviewer She may not remember her name, but her body knows 1940. When a French family is forced to house a German soldier in their spare room, young Noemie finds herself drawn to the enemy living under the family roof. A forbidden romance unfolds with unforeseeable consequences. 1946. In the aftermath of the war, a little girl is found sitting on a bench with no memory of who she is - not even her own name. Justin, a young gendarme, takes her under his wing. He is desperate to unravel the mystery surrounding her sudden appearance - and the truth he discovers is spine-chilling. But one question remains: who is she to Noemie?

The Girl with No Name

Author: Pat Lowe

Publisher: Ernst Klett Sprachen

ISBN: 9783125353701

Category: Aboriginal Australians

Page: 89

View: 3132

When Matthew becomes lost while camping in the Australian bush, he befriends an Aboriginal girl with no name.

Targeting Text

Author: John Barwick

Publisher: Blake Education

ISBN: 9781865091143

Category: Authorship

Page: 152

View: 7170

Series contains structured teaching units for nine most commonly studied text types.

The Girl with No Name

Author: Marina Chapman,Vanessa James,Lynne Barrett-lee

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781605985459

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 256

View: 3744

The author tells the story of how she was kidnapped at the age of four and abandoned deep in the Colombian rain forest, where she survived for five years by mimicking a troop of monkeys until she was rescued by hunters who sold her to a brothel.

Little Bee

Author: Chris Cleave

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1416589643

Category: Fiction

Page: 271

View: 6673

Presents a tale of a precarious friendship between an illegal Nigerian refugee and a recent widow from suburban London, a story told from the alternating and disparate perspectives of both women.

The Other Hand

Author: Chris Cleave

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1848941374

Category: Fiction

Page: 300

View: 6343

Shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers' Prize and Costa Novel of the Year, this international bestseller has become a reading group classic. We don't want to tell you too much about this book. It is a truly special story and we don't want to spoil it. Nevertheless, you need to know something, so we will just say this: It is extremely funny, but the African beach scene is horrific. The story starts there, but the book doesn't. And it's what happens afterwards that is most important. Once you have read it, you'll want to tell everyone about it. When you do, please don't tell them what happens either. The magic is in how it unfolds.