A Pocket Full of Shells

When a baby girl is born to a young Irish fisherman and his wife during the second year of The Great Hunger, the young couple choose to remain in Ireland. While friends and family emigrate, James makes the difficult decision to stay behind but struggles to provide for his young family. This is a story of love, hardship and resilience during one of the darkest periods of Ireland's history. More

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About Jean Reinhardt

Jean Reinhardt is married with five children and three grandchildren and lives in Cork, Ireland. She was a member of the North Clare Writer's Workshop in the past and a selection of her poems and short stories were published at that time. Jean has returned to Ireland, having lived in Spain for almost eight years. She is happy to be back home, living in a small seaside town in county Cork. Young Adult Fiction is one of the genres she likes to write in, the other is Historical Fiction.

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