picture of the book Kitty My Rib by E. Jane Hall

Kitty, My Rib – an “oldie“ but a “goodie”

By E. Jane Mall I purchased this wonderful book some 50 years ago from the Lutheran Bookshop in Pirie Street, Adelaide. I read it with my fifteen-year-old eyes and felt such sympathy for the young child of nine who had been placed in the Nimbschen Convent. Even though her father’s sister, Magdalene, was a nun there and her mother’s sister was the Abbess, it still seemed to me that it was a cold way to be treated by her father and stepmother. Katherine remained at the convent to become an ...
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About the Author

Joy Eckermann

Joy is a retired Graphic Designer who lives in Lameroo, South Australia. She is a member at St John's Lameroo.