- A touching and beautifully crafted tale of hope and ambition, full of authentic historical detail and girl appeal.
- Part of the engaging Historical House series, which charts the life and times of 6 Chelsea Walk and the girls who have lived there through some of history's most fascinating periods.
- Includes internet links to recommended websites where readers can find out more about the history of photography.
- Adèle Geras was born in Jerusalem in 1944. Her first book appeared in 1976 and since then she has published over 80 titles for children and young adults.
Cecily longs to learn the new art of photography and is determined that her widowed father will come to love it too, especially when she realises that her new friend and photographer, Rosalind, would be a perfect match for him. Will her dreams of uniting them ever come true?
"These are engaging novels, immaculately researched and quietly informative.” Kate Agnew, Education Guardian