Foley, WinifredIn and Out of the Forest. UK Century 1984 0712603654 / 9780712603652 1st Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good Book 4to - over 9¾ - 12 In and Out of the Forest' is first and foremost a book of stories, but it is also illustrated with beautiful woodcuts, engravings and contemporary photographs which vividly evoke the vanished world of pre-war Gloucestershire. The D/W shows signs of wear to its edges and corners, it has a tear down the back fold crease and a repaired tear on the front cover. Otherwise it is still a good, clean tight copy.
Fred ArcherA Country Twelvemonth UK. Sutton Publishing Ltd 1992 075090268X / 9780750902687 1st Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good Book 4to - over 9¾ - 12 The Vale of Evesham in the depths of rural England between the wars, and Fred archer's small world, was somewhere the ploughman sang in the fields as he followed his horses, the raggle-taggle travellers camped in the fields every summer to pick the peas, and on saturday the blacksmith strode out to the wicket in his belt and braces to knock the next village's bowlers all over the pitch. Fred Archer's vivid recollections combine with contemporary photographs and colour paintings to create a highly nostalgic and evocative book that will be of lasting interest to all who love English rural life. The DJ shows light shelf ware and is priced clipped.
Merson ElizabethThe Village School Southampton Paul Cave 1979 0861460014 / 9780861460014 First Edition Soft cover Very Good Good Book 8vo - over 7¾ This is a soft back copy of the lives of a new forest school with illustrations and drawings .The book is in very good condition the dust wrapper is faded along the spine and is price clipped
Roy StrongCountry Life 1897-1997 UK Boxtree Ltd 1999 0752217070 / 9780752217079 1st Edition Soft cover Near Fine No Jacket Book 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall The English Arcadia provides a myriad of insights into the world that Country life magazine represents. For more than 100 years it has championed traditional values in architecture and the countryside. Its pages celebrate the seasonal life of the English landscape and its people. The back panel shows light shelf wear.