When Barbara Gray steps out of the divorce court and into the world emerging from the ruins of the First World War, she has no money and no job, just a lot of determination and an overwhelmimg love of children. The story is a heartwarming account of her struggle to come to terms with a new life and society’s old prejudice against a divorcee. From the academy where she learns her profession to the rambling country houses of the rich, her training contains both love and loss, disappointment and success. But one ambition is never dulled – she is going to a Nanny and a good one!
paperback – slightly worn cover and some discolouration of pages – otherwise in reasonable condition in view of age (1981)