This book is a children's book that details the life of Dora Annie and her climb up the ladder of working in people's homes from a young age. She began work as a young girl and continually rose in rank into adulthood. It was an interesting read for children, as it details the tasks she performed and what life was like at that time for young girls forced into this lifestyle.
by Cristie Underwood
This beautiful illustrated book is well written and full of charm.children will find this book fascinating as the book take you through a time when children at the age of eight was put to work but the lucky ones like Dora Annie found it ,in her own words "what a great adventure "
I found it interesting as a adult and it left me wanting more . Just lovely.
by Jenny Tucker
Pleased to read this interesting book to see a glimpse of how some of my ancestors likely lived. I, like Dora, ended up on the other side of the pond and it certainly was an adventure! Dora Annie II we can only hope reveals amazing tales in the New World and if her crush on David flourishes?
by Peter Franklin