The Story of a Baby

By: Ethel Turner
Published By: Double9 Books
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The touching book "The Story of a Baby" become written through Ethel Turner, an Australian writer who have become famous in the early 1900s for her work in children's literature. The tale was first published in 1914 and is based totally on the reviews of a brand new baby and toddler. It gives a completely unique and heartwarming take a look at the difficulties and joys of early early life. The story is informed from the kid's point of view, giving a personal study how the youngest part of the family sees the arena. Turner does a terrific job of capturing the child's mind, emotions, and interactions with own family individuals, which makes for a story that is each sweet and genuine. As the kid grows and develops, the book looks at how the child's own family lives and the way the ones ties and connections form the kid's understanding of the challenge. Ethel Turner's tales are recognized for his or her gentle humor, sharp remarks, and deep expertise of tales approximately young adults. It's clear from "The Story of a Baby" that Ethel Turner may want to make her memories warm and relatable. From the innocent point of view of a little one, the book takes readers on a stunning and sad adventure via the early stages of existence, focusing on the everyday moments that show how superb family is and the way exquisite new starts are.

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Ethel Turner

Ethel Turner was an English-born Australian playwright and children's book author who lived from January 24, 1870, to April 8, 1958. Ethel Mary Burwell was her birth name. She was born in Doncaster, England. When she was two years old, her father died, leaving her mother Sarah Jane Burwell with two girls, Ethel and Lillian. The next year, Sarah Jane married Henry Turner. He was twenty years older than her and already had six kids of his own. He and Sarah Jane had a daughter named Rose. Henry Turner died quickly, leaving Sarah Jane with nine kids and not much money. Sarah Jane moved to Australia with Ethel, Lillian, and Rose in 1879. She married Charles Cope and had his son Rex in the next two years. Ethel Turner went to New South Wales Public School in Paddington and Sydney Girls High School. She was one of the first 37 students to attend Sydney Girls High School. At age 18, she started writing professionally when she and her sister Lillian started the Parthenon, a magazine for kids. She wrote pieces for kids in the Illustrated Sydney News and then the Australian Town and Country Journal as "Dame Durden."

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 78Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359957194
  • ISBN-13:9789359957197
  • Item Weight: 117g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 4.78mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Fiction / General