Rosie's Quest

When Rosie opens the classroom door she steps into the past It is Dublin, 1956 She is no longer herself, but Aunt Rose aged eleven, Mum s twin sister The past is a different world with different rules How can Rosie deal with the vicious Miss Hackett and her horrible lessons How can she change events so that Mum and Aunt Rose are not split up forever
Rosie s Quest When Rosie opens the classroom door she steps into the past It is Dublin She is no longer herself but Aunt Rose aged eleven Mum s twin sister The past is a different world with different rules

  • Title: Rosie's Quest
  • Author: Ann Carroll
  • ISBN: 9781853712814
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Rosie's Quest”

    1. I remember reading this in between classes when I was younger and I used to really like this series. May be time for a reread? I can truly recommend this for anyone with a bit of a childish mind left in them. I know I still have!

    2. This series was easily my favourite when I was younger. It's absolutely hilarious, and I love the historical elements to it. It was also great to read a novel set in Ireland when so many of the other books I used to read were English. An amazing series in so many ways. <3

    3. This was one my favourite books when I was younger. I never did read the last book in the series So enjoyed re-reading the first one again!

    4. Read this book in primary school as a 10 year old. I found it in my school's library. I absolutely loved it!It's an awful shame I haven't seen it anywhere else, it must be out of print :(

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