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    • Bicycles and Blackberries

    • By: Sheila Newberry
    • Narrated by: Katy Sobey
    • Length: 8 hrs and 28 mins
    • Unabridged
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    The East End, 1939. When war comes to London, the bright and irrepressible Georgia Smith is torn from her tight-knit family and packed off as an evacuee. She moves in with Phoebe Bliss, whose cheerful smile masks a dark past that 10-year-old Georgia couldn't possibly understand. Georgia soon finds herself involved in the small town's complicated love lives. But some secrets aren't meant for little girls, and she finds herself in danger. Can a good heart keep a mischievous girl out of trouble?

    Regular price: $32.53

    • Hot Pies on the Tramcar

    • By: Sheila Newberry
    • Narrated by: Mary Woodvine
    • Length: 7 hrs and 59 mins
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    A heartwarming novel from the queen of family saga, Sheila Newberry. London, 1925. On Paradise Corner, just past the tram stop, Florence runs a pie shop, famous for miles around. Warm and comforting, just like her pies, Florence is always there as a helping hand or a shoulder to cry on, especially to her full house of family and friends. There's six-year-old niece Josefina, left with Florence by her wayward sister, Stella. Rose Marie, Florence's younger sister, in search of adventures of her own.

    Regular price: $30.54

    • The Girl with No Home

    • By: Sheila Newberry
    • Narrated by: Elaine Claxton
    • Length: 9 hrs and 4 mins
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    London, 1888. Abandoned by her mother at the age of seven, Jerusha Carey is no stranger to being left behind. Eleven years later she is married to Dan Applebee, an older, reliable farmer from Kent. Jerusha believes she has finally found the security she has always craved. But then disaster strikes. Kent, 1904. Two years after the sudden death of her husband, Jerusha is alone once again. But the arrival of the enigmatic Joe Finch, a traveller seeking work on the farm and a home for his daughter, sets Jerusha's life on a new path, giving her hope for her future. 

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    • The Gingerbread Girl

    • By: Sheila Newberry
    • Narrated by: Cindy Hughes
    • Length: 7 hrs and 31 mins
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    While in hospital, seven-year-old Cora Kelly is excited to receive a visit from her mother, who brings a gift of a gingerbread man. Little does Cora know that this will be the last time she sees her. When tragedy strikes, she moves to London with her new guardian, Eliza. As war approaches and the past comes knocking, everything changes again. Is Cora destined to repeat her parents' mistakes?

    Regular price: $18.11

    • The Winter Baby

    • By: Sheila Newberry
    • Narrated by: Mary Woodvine
    • Length: 9 hrs
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    Alone at Christmas, will she find somewhere to call home? No more than 18 years old, alone and heavily pregnant, Kathleen stumbles through the snow, desperate for somewhere to rest her weary head. As the Christmas bells chime around her, she glimpses a man through the haze before collapsing into his arms.

    Regular price: $29.84

    • The Punch and Judy Girl

    • By: Sheila Newberry
    • Narrated by: Katy Sobey
    • Length: 7 hrs and 48 mins
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    A heartwarming novel from the queen of family saga and author of Bicycles and Blackberries, Sheila Newberry. Suffolk, 1925. At only 16 years old, May Moon travels to West Wick, Suffolk, to become the local Punch and Judy girl. Determined to fulfil her dead father's wishes and to continue his business, May has her work cut out for her during her summer on the beach. Staying with a local family, she not only enjoys the silvery sand and sunshine; she also experiences first love, partings and reunions.

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    • Hay Bales and Hollyhocks

    • By: Sheila Newberry
    • Narrated by: Katy Sobey
    • Length: 8 hrs and 37 mins
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    The Cambridge Fens, 1938. Little Rosanna is part of a close-knit Fenland family and the youngest of three cousins. In a time of childhood abandon and adventures on the water, life couldn't be more perfect. But things are not always as they seem. When Rosanna's new baby brother is born, tragedy strikes the family. And with the outbreak of World War II just around the corner and a move to the Norfolk countryside, Rosanna's life is changed forever.

    Regular price: $29.84