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A Peep Behind The Scenes Mrs.O. F. Walton Undated Lutterworth Press
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Charity Gift Cards. Christmas Gift Guide. Gift Lists. Keep up with Oxfam's Online Shop Subscribe to our newsletter for all our latest updates, offers and promotions. Share this product with your friends and family! Facebook Twitter Googleplus Pinterest Email. Sold Out We're sorry to say this item has now sold out. There are over , more items in stock. Start browsing with our suggestions below. About this item. Publication Date: Format: HardcoverThis book is in May the learners of this - love the heavenly page, that in wither'd dim-sighted, and hoary-haired age, they may clasp their last book as they drop their last tear.
This delightful book was first published in and is designed to help children learn to read! Even adults can appreciate the charming illustrations and beautiful words contained within! A must have for any collection! The cover is worn and the spine is discoloured. The pages are yellowing with markings. Ye are of heart so light, That soon, I do suspect, Your eyes in phrensy birght, Will Heaven's pure blue reflect This antique edition of this tome is over years old!
It features both the original French text and English at the same time! Perfect for practising and a fine vintage gift for any budding wordsmith! The cover is worn and the pages are yellowing. There is no reason in the world why you should not be important where you are known. You have good sense, and a sweet temper, and I am sure you have a grateful heart, that could never receive kindness without wishing to return it.
I do not know any better qualifications for a friend and companion This striking blue edition from Nelson will make a wonderful addition to any Austen library! Reader's noteThis When the orphaned William refuses his uncles' proposal to become a clergyman and angrily leaves his job in the counting-house of his brother's mill, he decides to accept a position as an English teacher at a boys' school in Brussels.
A Peep Behind The Scenes by Mrs. O. F. Walton 1975
When his career leads him to take up an additional post at a girls' school nearby, William becomes emotionally involved with the manipulative headmistress of the establishment, Mademoiselle Reuter. The tensions rise until one of his pupils and fellow teachers - for whom he has tender feelings - is suddenly dismissed and is nowhere to be found.
The cover is delicate. Reader's noteJane Austen's Eight years prior, she was persuaded by others to break off her engagement to poor, handsome naval captain Frederick Wentworth.
What happens when they meet again is movingly told in Austen's last completed novel. This vintage penguin would add a pop of colour to any bookshelf! It will tell the stories of English history, as it does every year. Yet the coming of war broods over the whole community, changing the meaning of past and present, and heralding a new act. This charming vintage book will add a splash of colour to any bookshelf and provide a delightful read! The Road goes ever on a song cycle - music by Donald Swan - poems by J. This delightful music book is perfect for anyone who has an interest in music and J.
Tolkien's wonderful fantasy works. Reader's noteThe It has a secondary intention: to demonstrate the romantic richness of Scottish love poetry down the the present day. It is one of the last of the wild places of England, a low, far-reaching expanse of grass and reeds and half submerged meadowlands ending in the great saltings and mud flats and tidal pools near the restless sea. This charming book would be a delightful christmas book for anyone who loves wildlife. The Father Christmas Letters - J. Inside would be a letter in strange spidery handwriting and a beautiful coloured drawing or some sketches.
The letters were from Father Christmas. They told wonderful tales of life at the North Pole: how all the reindeer got loose and scattered presents all over the place; how the accident-prone Polar Bear climbed the North Pole and fell through the roof of Father Christmas's house into the dining-room; how he broke the Moon into four pieces and made the Man in it fall into the back garden; how there were wars with the troublesome horde of goblins who lived in the caves beneath the house! Sometimes the Polar Bear would scrawl notes, and sometimes the Elf would write in his elegant flowing script, adding yet more life and humour to the stories.
This delightful christmas book would make a wonderful addition to any christmas collection. The Father Christmas Letters by J. TolkienPublisher:UnwinPublication Date:undated but there is an inscription from Format:SoftbackThis book is in good condition for its age other than Tolkien, the interest and importance of Father Christmas extended beyond his filling of their stockings on Christmas Eve; for he wrote a letter to them every year, in which he described in words and pictures his house, and his friends, and the events, hilarious or alarming, at the North Pole.
Every December an envelope bearing a stamp from the North Pole would arrive. Even staying alone at school seemed preferable. The great high blank wall, tall shut green gates and dark stifling trees Her misery was complete. But then she met Bobbie the apple-thief, the communist who was just waiting for the red revolution so he could hang the toffs from lampposts.
And then the cat turned up, pregnant, starving.. And the caroline lead her own revolution on the near-starving Tyneside of … This delightful illustrated children's book would make a delightful addition to any home! This is a gloriously nostalgic book which depicts the life of a village somewhere in the dear, old unadulterated England. This book is a little gem and would make a splendid addition to any home! All these aspects of Christmas are charmingly reflected in colourful Victorian cards and illustrations that Celia Haddon has chosen; accompanying them are uplifting poems by Tennyson and others such as would be read aloud at Christmas by Victorian fathers.
The whole book has been designed to look like an authentic 19th century work; and makes it a perfect gift for everyone at Christmas time. There is an inscription. Gawthorn LtdPublication DateFormat:HardbackThis book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear There is a named sticker plate in the front of this book. It tells the story of the haunting of a mean old man - one Scrooge by name - by the ghosts of Christmas past, Christmas present, Christmas yet to come and most fearsomely, by Marley's Ghost. The cover has some mild discolouration but the pop ups are all intact and in lovely condition.
A Peep Behind the Scenes by Walton, Mrs O F
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Published by Lutterworth Press. About this Item: Lutterworth Press. Hard Cover. Condition: Near Fine.