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Rosemary Sutcliff
For (1920-92)—internationally-acclaimed "writer of genius"—Guardian obituary—of children’s literature & historical fiction
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There are several Rosemary Sutcliff novels ....
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Aaron 20h
The opportunity for young people to attend a royal service at Westminster Abbey...
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Robert Macfarlane 5h
Word of the day: "clinkerbell" - icicle (Somerset; archaic). Other regional names for icicles include "aquabob" (Kent), "ickle" (Yorkshire), "tankle" (Durham), "shuckle" (Cumbria) & "conkerbill" (Newfoundland).
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The eminent writer of historical fiction (in the main for children, young adults and adults) Rosemary Sutcliff was born on this day December 14th in 1920. This relevant today written in the mid 1950s, from The Lantern Bearers
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Rosemary Sutcliff Dec 13
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BBC History Magazine Dec 11
A fool named Roland le Pettour was once given 30 acres of land by , on the condition that he returned to the royal court every year on Christmas Day to “leap, whistle and fart”
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Everything Theatre Dec 11
: The Tin Drum from : - ★★★★. 'An epic storytelling adventure that is guaranteed to make you titter and tear up.'
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Brian Bilston Dec 10
I've been out rolling words in the snow.
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Rosemary Sutcliff Dec 12
It should be your wonderful edition of Rosemary Sutcliff’s outstanding award-winning The Mark Of The House Lord
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Kneehigh Dec 11
Bang the drum! has made it to #2 on 's Best Theatre of 2017 list 🥁🎉
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Brian Bilston Dec 11
The legendary figure of Papa Crimblecheeks is often seen as a precursor to Father Christmas. Here is a lullaby about him, translated from old Norse, which is still sung to Icelandic children today.
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Rosemary Sutcliff Dec 12
How about a beautiful edition of one of Rosemary Sutcliff’s very best historical fiction books for a Xmas present?
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Rosemary Sutcliff Dec 12
Exactly! And Sword at Sunset, Written for adults, once a UK best-seller is 5* too!
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Rosemary Sutcliff Dec 8
Replying to @tirian84
Thanks.
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Kneehigh Dec 4
Oskar and his are ready to wake 'em up & shake 'em up in ! Catch the show at from Wednesday until 23 Dec 🥁⚡
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John Fitzgerald Dec 5
- 'The Glorious '50s.' RS discussed in my reflection on the cultural significance of 1950s. Very best, jf
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Rosemary Sutcliff Nov 30
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Rosemary Sutcliff Nov 30
Any good for any of yours?
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