Mary Wakefield

Mary Wakefield

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It is 1893 and Adeline Whiteoak rules Jalna as firmly as ever, although the house now belongs to her son, Philip. He has two motherless children, Meg and Renny, and decides to employ an English governess to look after them. Gentle pretty Mary Wakefield is the girl who comes to Jalna to do this job and she has a difficult struggle with some of the Whiteoak clan who have their own ideas about how this should be carried out. Sequel to "Morning at Jalna" (DC31471). Followed by "Young Renny" (DC31476). 1949. (Whiteoaks of Jalna saga ; 3)
Publisher: Toronto : CNIB, 2008.
Characteristics: 1 computer laser optical disc (12 hrs., 27 min.) : sd. ; 12 cm.


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