Dear Mrs. Bird (by A. J. Pearce) . . . a spunky and determined woman hopes to make a difference in the war effort

What a delightful book! I loved Emmy and her quirky personality and the way she talked herself into doing things that she talked herself into doing.

The anxiety of World War II was made real. But you were also drawn into Emmy’s life and the adventures she has. She is a strong person and has a strong need to make a difference in the war effort. She experiences intense emotional distress and yet finds a way to continue on her path to being a self-sufficient and accomplished woman.

I really enjoyed the book and look forward to additional books by A. J. Pearce.

Thank you to NetGalley for an ARC of this book in exchange for my unbiased review.

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