Aggie Winkowski had endured the Industrial Revolution that brought with it the factories and the slums, and turned her talents to a thriving business, trading rags and old clothes. Then, in the summer of 1854, seven-year-old Millie exploded into her life and gave it new meaning.

Rag Nymph 2011, Simon & Schuster, New York

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The Rag Nymph 2000, Transworld Publishers

ISBN-13: 9780552145466

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The Rag Nymph 1996, Chivers Audio Books

ISBN-13: 9780745140469

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The Rag Nymph 1994, Thorndike Press, Thorndike, ME

ISBN-13: 9780786201679

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The Rag Nymph 1993, Ulverscroft Large Print Books Ltd, Anstey, Leics

ISBN-13: 9780708986981

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The Rag Nymph 1992, Corgi Books

ISBN-13: 9780552136839

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The Rag Nymph 1991, Bantam Press, London

ISBN-13: 9780593021293

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