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By Frank, Anne; Translated by Massotty, Susan; Volume editor Frank, Otto; Pressler, Mirjam; Illustrated by Brockway, Harry
In July 1942, thirteen-year-old Anne Frank and her family, fleeing the horrors of Nazi occupation, went into hiding in an Amsterdam warehouse. Over the next two years Anne describes her thoughts, feelings and longings as she grows up in her diary which ends abruptly when, in Augu...st 1944, they were all betrayed.Read more
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By Lively, Penelope; Illustrated by Brockway, Harry
A memoir that describes Golsoncott, the country house in Somerset which the author's grandparents bought in 1923. It charts the social changes and transforming moments of the twentieth century. It examines changing attitudes to social class, the tension between town and country, ...and, how one learns to see the world.Read more
By Giono, Jean; Translated by Bray, Barbara; Illustrated by Brockway, Harry; Introduction by Mabey, Richard
An allegorical tale, urging readers to rediscover the harmonies of the countryside and prevent its wilful destruction.
By Giono, Jean; Illustrated by Brockway, Harry
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By Crumley, Jim; Illustrated by Brockway, Harry
`A small mound on white feathers lies on a tussock of grass made grey by a Highland winter. It is all the monument there will ever be to the life of a swan.'With these words, and those that follow, Jim Crumley has ensured that there will be a more enduring witness to the life of ...this swan, and of all swans, than that pyre of white feathers.Read more
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