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Early Days explained Early Days , review Early Days , trailer Early Days , box office Early Days , analysis Early Days , Early Days e7d9 Early Days Combines 2 Volumes Of Autobiograp Hy By The Bestselling Novelist, Miss Read The 2 Stories Tel L Of Her Childhood, When She Was Known As Dora Schafe, Growi Ng Up In South London And Kent During The First World War.

  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • Early Days
  • Miss Read
  • English
  • 20 March 2019
  • 0140238956

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10 thoughts on “Early Days

  1. says:

    I could only yell with rage or I may have bitten her I was rather good at biting when young

  2. says:

    I discovered a fabulous book last Christmas, Christmas at Thrush Green by Miss Read which I fell in love with It s based close to where I live, and know the area well, which is fabulous I discovered the Miss Read books are so amazingly different, so gentle in every way possible No bad language, nothing negative, just simplistic story telling I adored that book, and to my delight, there were over 20books in the series I have discovered the books were written pre world war 1 That explai I discovered a fabulous book last Christmas, Christmas at Thrush Green by Miss Read which I fell in love with It s based close to where I live, and know the area well, which is fabulous I discovered the Miss Read books are so amazingly different, so gentle in every way po...

  3. says:

    An enjoyable memoir by Dora Saint Shafe, known for her Miss Read series of novels about rural life, especially Village School.Derek Crowe s illustrations enhance the text, as always.It lacks something compared with the novels, but she evidently had a clear idea of what she wanted to convey and does it successfully She is particularly good when describing the foibles of the adults around her and it is clear that an interest in appearances is not confined to the modern age The account of retur An enjoyable memoir by Dora Saint Shafe, known for her Miss Read series of novels about rural life, especially Village School.Derek Crowe s illustrations enhanc...

  4. says:

    Very different in style to Miss Read s novel, but very interesting nonetheless I found the second half, Time Remembered, containing her memories of her time at a small village school, muchgripping than the first half A Fortunate Grandchild, about her very early memories of her two grandmothers , partly because it was written in a slightlynarrative style Some of the text was a little disjointed , as memories often are, which took a little getting used to but in the end was just pa Very different in style to Miss Read s novel, but very interesting nonetheless I foun...

  5. says:

    I loved all her books, and waited a couple years to get this one on Paperbackswap It was okay It is just a short autobiography about her grandparents and immediate family, and a few years of her life when she was a child and the family moved from London to a village in t...

  6. says:

    memories of her grandmother s, outings to Essex coast fir holidays, London schools and then move to Chelsfield as a 7 year old right out in the country in the 1920s trips made by steam train when Pettswood a marshy area, nothing ...

  7. says:

    Dora Shafe, later to become best selling author, Miss Read, spent much of her time with her grandparents The two stories in the books depict her childhood and how she came to write about her beloved English country village life.A Fortunate Grandchild and Time Remembered.

  8. says:

    A delightful autobiography by Miss Read, but just of her life from her early years to age 11 She paints a picture of a very happy childhood and reading this you can picture Fairacre and Thrush Green, the villages she later wrote about so wonderfully.

  9. says:

    This is a memoir of the author s childhood and family Lovely

  10. says:

    A peek into life in post WWI Britain with no real plot, just reminiscences The illustrations added a lot to my enjoyment of this one.

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