Angela Lord’s humorous autobiography dwells on the amusing events and characters that have featured in her life.
At the beginning are recollections of her early childhood and the funny
incidents surrounding her upbringing and ...
ISBN 9781852001100 / 217x140mm / hardback / 147pp / 48 photos /£16.95
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Following Ingrid Jacoby’s first published diary, which dealt with her wartime arrival in Britain under the Kindertransport
movement at the age of 12 and subsequent life through to 1944, Ingrid Jacoby’s second My Darling Diary records her ...
ISBN 9781852001230 / 217x140mm / hardback / 412pp / £18.95
Jean Cooper’s Mam, Violet May Coulton, lived to be 100 years of age and the story spanning
those years from 1905-2006 is
told here via memories and photographs.
ISBN 9781852001315 / 217x140mm / hardback / 80pp / 58 photos / £14.95
In her third diary we follow Ingrid Jacoby’s life through the first half of the 1950s from the age of 23 to 26 years.
Still in Oxford and now working for Rosenthals’ Antiquarian Booksellers, she records relationships between all her work. . .
ISBN 9781852001360 / 217x140mm / hardback / 372pp / 26 b/w illus / £18.95
Travelling through every state in the USA is something few people will ever
achieve, even those residing in that country,
and certainly not in the style of Mavis Gore and her husband Jeff.
ISBN 9781852001377 / 217x140mm / hardback / 306pp / 50 colour photos / £18.95
This is a truly moving account of Daran, a little boy diagnosed not to live
beyond the age of two due to a particularly severe
form of spinal muscular atrophy known as Werdnig-Hoffman disease.
ISBN 9781852001445 / 217x140mm / hardback / 299pp / £17.95
Jack Davidson’s account of his years in the RAF during World War II is told with an honest
approach that also
reflects his great sense of irony.
ISBN 9781852001452 / 217x140mm / hardback / 186pp(approx) / £16.95
An inspiring biographical account of a young boy’s chaotic life in a remote, wild, corner of East Africa.
Born in Africa, James’s childhood is spent on an isolated gold-mine near Lake Victoria, Tanganyika,
with just his sister. . .
ISBN 9781852001483 / 217x140mm / hardback / 330pp / £17.95
Nancy Vlasto has led an extraordinary life. Born to a famous surgeon in the
roaring ’20s, she began life in a comfortable
Bayswater home complete with servants. By age nine, she was starring in a Pathé newsreel as a young tennis star.
ISBN 9781852001490 / 217x140mm / hardback / 296pp / 80+photos / £18.95
Even during his childhood days in the Cornish fishing town of St. Ives, Eric
Kemp knew he was bound for a life at sea. While
his mother was cooking pasties in ‘the slab’, better known as a Cornish range, young Eric would be upstairs watching ships.
ISBN 9781852001537 / 217x140mm / hardback / 136pp / 48 b&w photos / £15.95