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By Ford, Margaret, 1926- author
Paperback.
Published London: Pan Books, 2019
369 pages : 20 cm
A heartwarming, moving story of a young girl escaping hardship and coming of age in the Second World War

By Caveney, Graham, author
Paperback.
Published London: Picador, 2018
320 pages ; 20 cm
Graham Caveney was born in 1964 in Accrington: a town in the north of England, formerly known for its cotton mills, now mainly for its football team....

By Caveney, Graham, author
Hardback.
Published London: Picador, 2017
300 pages ; 23 cm
Graham Caveney was born in 1964 in Accrington: a town in the north of England, formerly known for its cotton mills, now mainly for its football team....

By Adams, Christine
Book.
Published London: Aurum, 2010
xii, 244 p., [8] p. of plates : 20 cm
In 2007 Christine Adams went to the BBC's Antiques Roadshow in Norfolk with some memorabilia from the house of her aunt, May Savidge. But this was only...

By Hines, Richard, 1945- author
Paperback.
Published London: Bloomsbury, 2017
268 pages ; 20 cm
This is a breathtaking memoir of one remarkable boy's love for a culture lost to time, and his attempt to find salvation in the natural world

By Pannett, Mike
Hardback.
Published Long Preston: Magna, 2017
249 pages : 24 cm Large print
Mike Pannett tells the humorous and gentle tale of his laughs and larks growing up in the countryside and by the coast in the late 60s and early 70s

By Hines, Richard
Hardback.
Published Leicester: Charnwood, 2016
348 pages ; 24 cm Large print
This is a breathtaking memoir of one remarkable boy's love for a culture lost to time, and his attempt to find salvation in the natural world

By Ahlberg, Allan
Large print.
Published Oxford: ISIS, 2016
136 pages : 24 cm Large print
Allan Ahlberg was adopted as a baby. In 1938 he was picked up in London by his new mother and taken back to Oldbury in the Black Country. Now he is one...

By Dole, Alf
Paperback.
Published Leicester: Ulverscroft, 2016
372 pages : 23 cm Large print
Pearly Kings and Queens are one of the quintessential icons of 'old London', originally invented to imitate and parody wealthy West End society but also...

By Hines, Richard, 1945- author
Hardback.
Published London: Bloomsbury, 2016
268 pages ; 23 cm
This is a breathtaking memoir of one remarkable boy's love for a culture lost to time, and his attempt to find salvation in the natural world
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