Cissie Brodie is a fighter, but this may be too much. Her mother and father are gone. She is left alone with her several brothers and sisters, and her whole sense of duty pushes her to find an answer that will save the family from the workhouse.
Enter the local Lord, a man not above extending his help to the deserving poor...but what is the price? The alternative is a man who declares he is a true protector...but Cissie senses his motives are less than pure.
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When her parents die of cholera in 1832, 15-year-old Cissie Brodie and her nine brothers and sisters are homeless. To escape being taken to the workhouse, Cissie builds them a dwelling place on the open Northumbrian fells. This is the story of her heroic fight to rear them under appalling conditions of cold, near starvation and persecution. 10 cassettes.From the Publisher:
8 1.5-hour cassettes
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Book Description Macmillan Pub Co, 1971. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110672515253