Aggie’s Storms Donna Mann


Published: 2007


130 pages


Aggie’s Storms  by  Donna Mann

Aggie’s Storms by Donna Mann
2007 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 130 pages | ISBN: | 6.68 Mb

As a young girl walking along a country road to school in Grey County, Ontario, she dreamed of teaching children like her sisters and their friends. Family, classmates, and neighbours knew Aggie as a determined, clever, fair-minded girl who spoke her mind.None of them knew that, one day, the people of her community would elect her, Agnes Macphail, Canada’s first woman Member of Parliament.“There’ll be lots of storms in life, you just have to pick the ones you’re going to venture into,” Grandma Campbell told her.Aggie’s Storms takes readers back to 1900, when ten-year-old Aggie lived in a log cabin in the Queen’s Bush.

Follow her schooldays at SS #4, Proton Township, her work in the family’s garden and home, and her challenges as a girl with a dream. The author of two books for adults and many articles in newspapers, Donna Mann lives in Grey County, Ontario, where she has led the movement to mark sites important in the life of Agnes Macphail.

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