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by Catherine Cookson




Her expensive convent education hadn?t changed Mary Ann Shaughnessy one little bit. Sure, she could come over all refined when she had to, but who?d want to talk ever so nice on a farm?But in other respects she was growing up fast. As Mary Ann began to learn about the feelings of adults, so could she see that the more they loved someone, the more they could hurt and be hurt. And it wasn?t just grown-ups who felt this way either. With something of a start, she realised that ? whenever she caught sight of Corny Boyle ? she could recognise those same feeling swelling up inside herself?
Download Love and Mary Ann epub
ISBN: 0708843697
ISBN13: 978-0708843697
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary
Author: Catherine Cookson
Language: English
Publisher: Time Warner Books UK (May 1, 1991)
Pages: 194 pages
ePUB size: 1926 kb
FB2 size: 1706 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 637
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Ghordana
After reading the first catherine cookson book and my first Mary Ann story, I purchased all books related to this fascinating little girl and her family.

I read many of the Mary Ann books over and over again and would recommend all of the Mary Ann books.
Kulafyn
This is the fourth and in my personal opinion, best one so far of the Mary Ann series. Perhaps its improvement in my eyes is due to the fact that the story is no longer about an eight year old, but twelve going on thirteen... or thirty if you go by the heroine's evergrowing maturity. In this segment in the life of the fiesty Mary Ann, so many things are happening. There is never a dull moment. A situation with a very agressive bull and yet another gal that Mary Ann cannot get along with, Lorna, leads to a lot of excitement that could very well end in court. Mary Ann's brother is making eyes at her longtime enemy, Sarah Flannegan. Mary's Ann's mother's former beau is getting a divorce from his present wife and of course, Mary Ann has to meddle in that cause she cannot have him making trouble in her ma and da's marriage again. Her dad's boss, Mr. Lord, reveals some shocking intentions regarding Mary Ann's and his grandson, Tony's, futures. These revelations may cause Tony to leave the farm, resulting in the loss of a good friend for Mary Ann. And in the middle of all this ruckus, (in between prayers for her granny's death), Mary Ann is having a "pre teen" romance with a trumpet player whose clothes are way too small for him.

What makes this one even better is you know without a doubt that the err... S(edited) will hit the fan at Mary Ann's thirteenth birthday party. Terrific drum roll like sequence of events. I am looking forward to more of this older Mary Ann.