Lillipilly Hill Harriet loved her new home in Australia but not so her mother Mrs Wilmot and her dainty sister Rose Ann who pined for the orderly London life they had left behind In the face of the difficulty of th

  • Title: Lillipilly Hill
  • Author: Eleanor Spence
  • ISBN: 9780192711663
  • Page: 426
  • Format: None
  • Harriet loved her new home in Australia, but not so her mother, Mrs Wilmot and her dainty sister Rose Ann who pined for the orderly London life they had left behind In the face of the difficulty of the harsh land and the ever present threat of bush rangers it seemed almost certain that Mr Wilmot would be persuaded to take them back to England, but Harriet, determined toHarriet loved her new home in Australia, but not so her mother, Mrs Wilmot and her dainty sister Rose Ann who pined for the orderly London life they had left behind In the face of the difficulty of the harsh land and the ever present threat of bush rangers it seemed almost certain that Mr Wilmot would be persuaded to take them back to England, but Harriet, determined to stay, sets about establishing the family so completely in the Barley Creek community that they would no longer want to leave.

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    1. I found this at my annual used book sale and picked it up due to its vintage look. It turns out, the author was a well-known Australian writer and used her homeland as the setting for her books, this one included. In this story, three siblings move from their native England with their parents to live on an inherited orchard estate to determine if they can enjoy this new and different country. If you can find a copy, this is a true adventure story with lessons on growing up.

    2. A sweet tale of an English family arriving in Australia in the 19th century to make a go of a farm somewhere along the coast. Innocent fun and adventures of the three children and the local town population. Harriet the strong willed and independent minded middle child drives much of the narrative.

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