“Wanderville,” by Wendy McClure

This book grabbed my attention on the first page and didn’t let go!!! Kids books usually have such great adventures! 🙂 This one is no exception.

This book is about the kids, not all orphans, on the orphan train to Kansas, the uncertainty, the fear, the courage and stick togetherness of some of these children.

All children in need, are wanted and accepted in Wanderville. 4**** stars on goodreads.

“Jack, Frances, and Frances’s younger brother Harold have been ripped from the world they knew in New York and sent to Kansas on an orphan train at the turn of the century.” ~goodreads 


Favorite quote ~

“We’re not to be pitied or reformed or sent off, placed out like the rubbish, just because we’re kids! Like we’re not yet people somehow.”

Happy Reading!!!


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