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Ricky: A Boy in Colonial Australia (#02 in Australian Colonial Trilogy Series)

Paperback|Jul 2017
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Ricky and his mother immigrate from England to join his father in the new Colony of Sydney. On arrival there is no sign of his dad. Ricky's mum uses the tiny amount of money they brought with them to get...


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Ricky and his mother immigrate from England to join his father in the new Colony of Sydney. On arrival there is no sign of his dad. Ricky's mum uses the tiny amount of money they brought with them to get lodgings in a run down building. Things go from bad to worse when his mother dies and he is thrown out of the lodgings and all their possessions are confiscated by the caretakers. Ricky finds himself living on the streets of Sydney Town as a street waif. Ricky finds safe places to sleep and befriends freed convicts who can help him survive. One day he finds another lost child and he helps reunite her with her family. These people try to help him but by his stubbornness he insists of doing things his way, but he has found a mentor and confidante. The story follows him through his life. He survives and turns his life around also helping others along way, some of whom he ?adopts'.

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 517411
  • Product Code 9780994578211
  • ISBN 0994578210
  • EAN 9780994578211
  • Pages 404
  • Department General Books
  • Category Fiction
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Woodslane Pty Ltd
  • Publication Date Jul 2017
  • Sales Rank 64060
  • Dimensions 198 x 140 x 20mm
  • Weight 0.320kg

Sheila Hunter

Sheila was born in New Zealand to Australian parents, Murdoch and Mabel McDonald. They moved back to Melbourne Australia with her family when 4 yrs old. She was a nurse by training, but an adventurer in her life! A wife and mother she was a great story teller, often making up very long stories for both her children and grandchildren. They would listen enwrapped within the stories of her telling. In 1999 Sheila was co-winner of hte Senior citizen of the Year award in the Year of the Senior Citizen. She was an amazing woman! She grew up during WW2 in a single parent family, as her parents separated when she was 13. They lived on the docks in Melbourne in a family Service Station. She went to school during the day and worked in the Service Station after school, weekends and at nights. She won a full 'Cello scholarship about this time but it was during the war and on arriving home one day found that her mother had sold her 'Cello to help pay the household bills! On leaving school she enrolled in Nursing only to be the butt of jokes from her family, but she not only succeeded but excelled at this caring role, ending up as acting Matron of "Roma" Private Hospital in East Gosford NSW. Sheila, married Norman M Hunter in 1955. They lived in Avoca Beach all their married life and had two children, Norman Jnr and Sara. They were a well known couple on the Central Coast NSW with Norman a well know Real Estate Agent also owned and operated Avoca Beach Picture Theatre in Avoca, as well as amassing an amazing Natural History Collection that was known and studied world wide and together they were part of many groups and associations in the area. It was while researching Norman's Convict Family that she first came across the reference to street urchins in the many stories she read about. In 2000, her beloved husband and fellow adventurer, Norman, died from Dementia and she unfortunately followed only two years later from Cancer.

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