The Hunger - An Irish Girl's diary 1845 - 1847 (My Story) Diary – 5 May 2008
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I think they should be introduced to the school curriculum.
I didn't have any knowledge or understanding of the hunger in Ireland, this has taught me the lot.
Join teenager Phyllis Mc Cormack who gets a job and enjoy indulge in a very emotional yet heart warming novel. Lose yourself in the excellent storyline, marvel at the way Phyllis perceives every day life and fall head over heels in love with her hearthrob. This book is a must read as the descriptions are amazing and you can easily lose yourself with such a fantastic book. Utterly stunning...
this book was good, and gave a clear view of the irish poatato famine through a childs eyes.A mystyory diairy not to be missed.
Written in the form of a teenage girl's diary you really get a feel for how frightening it must have been to live through them harrowing and bleak times.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Hunger was amazing, it give you a great understanding of the Famine.
I am researching the Famine and My History books were realy helpful. Read more
This is such a heartwarming story of Phyllis and her family's struggle against hunger. It was a very enlightening experience for me, because I wasn't aware of the potato disease... Read morePublished 6 months ago by S. Shamma
Very well written and interesting for children to read or have it read to them.Published 10 months ago by Dyno - Blue
I knew nothing of this period in history so found this story informative and enlightening of a very traumatic and painful time in Ireland's past. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Aries
A very good book. Only fault is it was so short. Anyone who liked this should read The Whitest Flower, which I consider the best book I have ever read.Published 18 months ago by Terry