New York orphan /

Rosemary J. Kind.
Bibliographic Details
Main Creator: Kind, Rosemary J., author.
Summary:"From fleeing the Irish Potato Famine, to losing his parents on the ship to New York, seven-year-old Daniel Flynn knows about adversity. As Daniel sings the songs of home to earn pennies for food, pick-pocket Thomas Reilly becomes his ally and friend, until he too is cast out onto the street. A destitute refugee in a foreign land, Daniel, together with Thomas and his sister Molly, are swept up by the Orphan Train Movement to find better lives with families across America. For Daniel will the dream prove elusive? How strong are bonds of loyalty when everything is at stake? Based on real history, the strength of the characters in New York Orphan will move you with their desperate plight to survive. A gripping story of love, loss, betrayal and bonds of kinship" -- Provided by publisher.
Format: Book
Published / Created: Tholthorpe, North Yorkshire : Alfie Dog Limited, 2017.
Series:Tales of Flynn and Reilly ; book 1
Notes:Includes bibliographical references.

Physical description: 292 pages ; 20 cm

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