Biographies & Memoirs
Description: She was an orphan at eight and a child of the Great Depression. During World War Two she scraped the hull of ships in Atlantic Canada and she was a bride following the war. She was a mother to five baby boomers and then at the age of 60 she returned to High School alongside regular students to get her graduation!
The Autobiography of Ethel Davidson is the story of a family set against the spine of the 20th Century. A woman who proved that you're never too old to learn and remains a testament to the life of a person who not only persevered but continually improved herself.
And following her remarkable life story is every poem, short story and children's tale she wrote. All in one volume for the very first time.
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