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Anne Basketts has created a delightful book intended to be read by Grandparents and grandchildren together. It compares life in rural parts of Britain in the 1950s and today. Funny and slightly quirky rhymes, coupled with lovely illustrations. Can be enjoyed by all ages.
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ISBN 978-0-9555478-4-3 A4 landscape paperback
A book for children and adults to share, plenty of stimulation for questions, and enough memory joggers to fill out
the haziest recollection of how it really was.
A REBELLIOUS OAK an exciting first novel by Norfolk author
SET IN 1549 AT THE TIME OF THE REBELLION AGAINST ENCLOSURES OF COMMON LAND. A TALE OF COURAGE AND LOYALTY, LOVE AND ADVERSITY.
268 pages of high adventure.
Thom and Martha Barwick find their land, which their family had farmed for generations, was being fenced in by local landowner Flowerdew, Thom attends a meeting of local peasants, and decide to ask Robert kett to lead them on a peaceful march to Norwich to present their case to the Mayor and Aldermen.
So was set in train a series of events culminating in 15000 protesters laying siege to Norwich
and the vengeance of the landed, is swift and dreadful.
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This is a wonderful book of rhymes and illustrations which, although primarily for young children, will appeal to anyone with a quirky view of life.
ISBN 9780 9555 478 1 2
This is Leanne’s first published work, although she has been writing poetry for 12 years. She was born in Kings Lynn and currently lives in South Dakota USA with her husband and family. These rhymes are part of a series she has written for her young son.
Christopher lives in Norwich,and has been writing poetry and novels since 1998. he is currently working towards a degree in Arts and Humanities at city college as a part time student.
Following an accident, his recovery combined with dealing with arthritis set him some difficult challenges which he has met and dealt with through his writing.
“The Bittern’s Boom” is a very personal view of some well known East Anglian history and landscape, sprinkled with some interesting insights into the human condition.
Seraphiel is a long awaited second book of poetry from Catherine Brown, an exciting poet who has been writing for several years and has developed a style that is recognisably her own.
Seraphiel explores a range of personal expression reflecting both the life within us and the outside world. These themes are followed in the three sections of the book; Solo reflections, Seen from the corner table,and
ISBN 9 78 1872-914-145
Hagiel is 48p.p. of new work. This is Catherines third book of poetry which shows her development and skill as a young poet. Hagiel looks across a wide range of issues relevant to modern day life, sometimes with wry humour, which is a new development in catherine’s work.
Now in her mid 30′s and with the advantage of life experience, an authentic voice comes across clearly in her poetry. In poems such as ‘psychoanalysis’ most of us can identify with the sentiment.
ISBN 9780 9555 478 1 2