At the end of the world, near the border with Germany, stands a house as long as nine open arms. Half hidden behind trees and shrubs rises a wide brick wall, topped with two attic windows, each no bigger than a dishcloth. The walls have been whitewashed and the wooden floor is bare, as if the house is waiting. Waiting for someone to move in. It is the summer of 1937, and it hasn't rained for seven weeks when eleven-year-old Fing and her family of nine move into Nine Open Arms, along with their handcart of meagre belongings. ...

Nine Open Arms 2014, Enchanted Lion Books, New York

ISBN-13: 9781592701469

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Nine Open Arms 2014, Murdoch Books, Millers Point

ISBN-13: 9781743315859

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