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Free eBook Further Chronicles of Fairacre by Miss Read download ISBN: 0140071725
Author: Miss Read
Publisher: Penguin (1985)
Language: English
Pages: 576
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Short Stories and Anthologies
Size MP3: 1270 mb
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This quintessential "gentle read" chronicles Miss Read's decision to retire as schoolmistress after a series of small . Miss Read's loving evocation of life in the Cotswold village of Fairacre tells us that it is possible to go home again, even to a place that does not exist at all, and never did.

This quintessential "gentle read" chronicles Miss Read's decision to retire as schoolmistress after a series of small strokes.

Houghton Mifflin (1991). But unwelcome changes are making themselves felt in the villages.

Miss Read Chronicles Giftset: Chronicles of Fairacre, Further Chronicles of Fairacre. The musician Enya has a track on her Watermark album named after the book Miss Clare Remembers, and one on her Shepherd Moons album named after No Holly for Miss Quinn. 0140953973 (ISBN13: 9780140953978). She died 7 April, 2012 in Shefford Woodlands.

Yes, I can assure you, Miss Bell, that I'm real proud. anybody, least of all a Bell from Avonlea. a failure since the time he was born. of my nephews and nieces. They're a smart family.

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After Miss Parr's death, her nephew John Parr inherited her lovely house. He contributed to The Caxley Chronicle on topical nature matters, and altogether was considered a most welcome inhabitant of Fairacre. He lived alone, and of course the usual rumours flew around: (1) He was a widower, and his wife had died of cancer, (2) He was a widower, and his wife had been killed in (a) a car crash (b) a train crash (c) a plane crash, (3) He was a bachelor and had looked after his aged mother until matrimony seemed out.

Miss Read is certain of one thing-she won’t be forced to hire grumpy Mrs. Pringle to straighten up her house. Mrs. Pringle of Fairacre chronicles the life of the beloved but curmudgeonly school cleaner through the stories of her fellow villagers. Her neighbors also remember Maud Pringle’s little-known benevolence, like the time she knitted mittens for poor Joe Coggs

Further Chronicles of Fairacre (1985). Miss Read’s Christmas Book (1992). Tales from a Village School (1994). Country Bunch (1963). A Country Christmas (2006).

Further Chronicles of Fairacre (1985). Fairacre Roundabout (1990). Miss Read’s Christmas Tales (1990). Christmas at Fairacre (1991). Miss Read’s Country Cooking, or, To Cut a Cabbage Leaf (1969). The English Vicarage Garden (1988).