Reseña del editor:
Mary Ann's greatest wish is to become an opera singer and she's thrilled when she gets the chance to see child prodigy Mozart perform with his sister in Chelsea. But when her father loses his fortune, she fears her singing dreams may be shattered. This second "Historical House" title from award-winning author, Ann Turnbull, is an enchanting story of dreams and determination, set in the colourful world of eighteenth century London and referencing true events.
Biografía del autor:
Ann Turnbull was born in Hertford during the Second World War. Since 1974 she has written more than 25 books for children, specializing in stories with historical backgrounds. In 1992 her novel, Pigeon Summer, was shortlisted for both the Smarties Award and the WHSmith Mind-Boggling Book Award. No Shame, No Fear has been longlisted for the 2004 Guardian Children's Fiction Prize.