Follow Daisy in the second exciting adventure about a girl facing hard times in depression-era AustraliaIt's 1930. . . and Daisy's worst nightmare has come true. She's alone on the streets, separated from her family. Things get worse after the police send her to live at the Melbourne Orphanage. At least she doesn't have to scavenge for food scraps anymore, but with no family and no freedom, Daisy is miserable. When she hears some shocking news she decides it's time to plot a daring escape. . .
About the Author
Michelle Hamer is a former journalist and author of seven novels, including How it Feels to be Attacked by a Shark, and has reviewed children's books for the Courier Mail, the Herald Sun, and the Sunday Age. She is the author of the Daisy books in the Our Australian Girl series.