The Boy with No Boots

by Sheila Jeffries

eBooks of the Month Sagas and Romance

The Boy with No Boots Synopsis

Freddie Barcussy knows hardship and pain. His parents Annie and Levi are struggling to make ends meet, both suffering with illness and poverty. Freddie is an outsider at school, misunderstood and angry. They need their luck to change. Unbeknown to his parents, Freddie holds the key to their future. He has a gift, a gift he has told no one about. If he can learn how to overcome his fears, he could use it to change all their lives for ever ...Searching to overcome hardship and prejudice, can Freddie find love and happiness or will mistrust ruin his life? For fans of nostalgic saga, this is a gripping saga from the bestselling author of Solomon's Tale.

If you loved this, you might like these...

Lyrebird
Lyrebird
Flawed
An Orphan's Christmas

All versions of this book

ISBN: 9781471137655
Publication date: 29/01/2015
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781471137655
Publication date: 29th January 2015
Author: Sheila Jeffries
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 384 pages
Genres: eBook Favourites, Sagas and Romance,
Categories: Sagas,

About Sheila Jeffries

Sheila Jeffries has been writing since she was young, and penned four children's novels which were published before she left school. Written under her maiden name, Sheila Chapman, in the popular 'pony story' genre of the time, the books continued to sell worldwide until the eighties. After studying at Bath Academy of Art, Sheila spent many happy years teaching in UK schools. She had eight more children's novels published under the name Sheila Haigh, and her most successful book, Little Gymnast, was a bestseller in America. Solomon's Tale breaks new ground in her writing career. It's a book truly from ...

More About Sheila Jeffries

More Books By Sheila Jeffries

Cover for Born to be Trouble by Sheila Jeffries
Cover for Solomon's Tale by Sheila Jeffries
View All Books By Sheila Jeffries

Share this book