The books are the entire collection of Mr John Bramwell, a life member of the society.
“I’ve been trying to think of what to write to acknowledge the 100 year anniversary of the birth of George MacKay Brown.”
“It is historical fiction spanning Persian, Greece and the Celtic islands and tells the story of two young girls 5000 years apart. It also has Maeshowe and Skara Brae in it with illustrations by myself. “
Bookbug has been central to the nursery’s inclusive and nurturing approach as they returned after a prolonged lockdown due to Covid-19.
On 9th May 1816, the Gothic novel Glenarvon was published. The novel by Lady Caroline Lamb created a sensation in its day.
“Presently, I’m reading ‘Jennie’ which is about a little boy, Peter, who spends some time…………being a cat – not through choice, far from it. “
“I’m reading ‘Galapagos’ by Kurt Vonnegut again – first read over 40 years ago. At times when madness surrounds me – I turn to Mr Vonnegut – his sanity and humanity.”
Today, 4th of March, is World Book Day.
This young adult novel by C.R. Coen is definitely quite the adventure.
“Fleming’s Live And Let Die is a completely different beast from the cheesy but entertaining 1973 Roger Moore version.”