The strength and the belief that Ragamuffin has to believe she will one day be loved and cherished. Her life has been a struggle, it is 1910, in London, her parents died from smallpox months previously, she was left on her own unable to find anyone to look after her. Ragamuffin walked the streets looking for food and begging. Her home was in a cardboard box under a railway bridge. Ragamuffin's only friend was her beloved rag doll.
Mary finds Ragamuffin and she believes in her and tries to help Ragamuffin feel loved.
With Ragamuffin's determination and imagination her life begins to transform.
ISBN : 978-1-83934-046-8
Pages : 57
Size : 156x234
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
Kathleen Rostron has been writing since a young age. Kathleen has previously published a children's book called The Dreamy Bears - Adventures in Dreamy land. Kathleen has poetry books published on Amazon Kindle.
This book is based on real life. The book helps children to learn about history and the real world in which we live. It is an inspirational read.