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Rosemary Sutcliff
For impish, irreverent writer of genius (1920-92) | Author of children’s literature & historical fiction e.g. | By
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Rosemary Sutcliff 14h
No idea. It seems a little erratic but will work on my MacBook chrome browser
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James Marshall Aug 24
This is great, one of my favourite authors growing up.
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Sean Coughlan Aug 24
Loved that book in primary school. Loved historical fiction. Ronald Welch, Henry Treece, Geoffrey Trease.
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Rosemary Sutcliff Aug 24
Rosemary Sutcliff’s in print in UK since 1954. Over a million copies sold.
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Rosemary Sutcliff Aug 24
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Rosemary Sutcliff Aug 24
Rosemary Sutcliff book covers Using Image Quilt—great Chrome Extension for collages of web images. By
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Rosemary Sutcliff Aug 23
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Hedgehog Bookshop Aug 23
has to be one of the best words ever. (German for panic buying.We should adopt it here "hamstering").
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Hilly Aug 21
I see you just did a political tweet. Excuse me while I reply with some comments on your physical appearance.
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Scottish Book Trust Aug 22
13 picture books that are creative with the way they use pages: .
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Rosemary Sutcliff Aug 22
Billionaire investor Warren Buffet on his sister “I like to give away money wholesale and she likes to give away money retail"
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Rosemary Sutcliff Aug 20
. calls it the triple treble, not triple triple. So shouldn't you? And style grounds? cc
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Rosemary Sutcliff Aug 19
. Gilbert Kerr, Rosemary Sutcliff—all lovers of piping
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HADRIAN'S WALL PATH Aug 18
Don't miss this new feature at Segedunum - recently excavated Roman bath house.
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Katie Chattan Aug 17
Keep broad? Wd be a shame 2B able to include M Z Bradley but not T H White/
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UofG Fantasy Aug 17
I also love the way the Eagle of the Ninth series segues into Arthurian.
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Cuilean Craicte Aug 17
's Sword at Sunset SO important among C20th retellings 1/2
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Frank Scozzari Aug 16
You cannot swim for new horizons until you have courage to lose sight of the shore. —William Faulkner—
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Rosemary Sutcliff Aug 16
"Of all ridiculous things, the most ridiculous seems to me to be busy." Kierkegaard
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Lesley Aug 14
We’ve a small length of road outside Mkt Drayton across what was water meadow created by Romans like this, remains a bumpy ride!
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