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Harriet, a European girl living in India, finds it hard to find a playmate in her older sister and younger brother. She and her siblings live along the river and a little away from the jute works. Their life is basically the garden, the house and Indian festivals. Suddenly, Harriet’s life is about to change as a tragic event takes her childhood away from her. Along the way, she and her siblings learns some important lessons that will help them survive.
About Rumer Godden
Margaret Rumer Godden used to go by the name Rumer Godden. She has authored more than 60 fiction and nonfiction books. Some of her works have been co-written by her older sister Jon Godden?, a novelist. Some of her works include: The Lady and the Unicorn, Black Narcissus, A Candle for St. Jude, A Candle for St. Jude and Kingfishers Catch Fire