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David & Charles Publishers, Newton Abbot, 1988, VG CONDITION, reprint edition, paper covers, 5 x 7 1/2, 220 pages, illus. ............................................................. This is the true and remarkable story of Isla Corfield, an ordinary 'Englishwoman abroad' whose comfortable life in Shanghai in the early 1940s, was suddenly disrupted by the events of the Second World War. Her bid for safety, with her daughter Gill, on an evacuee ship bound for India, became a nightmare when the vessel was diverted to the Philippines and all aboard were captured by the Japanese. This fascinating book follows the ordeal of these two courageous women in their struggle to survive as prisoners-of-war under a notoriously brutal regime, right up to their dramatic rescue by the U S Ilth Airborne Division in 1945. Prisoners of Santo Tomas is based on the original sources of Isla Corfield's diaries, secretly recorded in exercise books during her imprisonment. The book was used in the making of the BBC TV series 'Tenko: • A unique and dramatic account written from personal experience • Photographs and sketches drawn by the women prisoners, UK: David & Charles, 1975. Dust jacket in clear protective sleeve, price clipped. Orange cloth with bright gilt titling on spine. Neat name and date on ffep. 23 illustrations by Norman Hickin. 143 pages clean and tight. Derek Jones, broadcaster and countryman, is a familiar and respected figure. Derek Jones, author, is a new, intriguing and often controversial character. Chairman of the popular BBC nature programme `Wildlife' and a regular contributor to `The Living World', he now comes into print with a selection of delightful, informative articles on all aspects of the countryside from hedging to ferreting. In 29 pieces, diverse enough to include a profile of the fox-hunter at his `unspeakable' pursuit as well as an account of the latest antics of the `uneatable' quarry, the reader is given a who, why, when, where and how compendium of country matters; who not to tell when you find your own private eden, why moles and motorways are unjustly maligned, when to pick Christmas decorations, where to get 'ormers, and how not to be seen in the woods are all considered. Mr Jones examines the serious issues of pollution, land-despoliation and imminent food-shortages - revealing curious facts and coming to startling conclusions in the process - with a calmness and sense of proportion that allows room for a wealth of apposite anecdote; so spiders and councillors, builders and butterflies, architects and animal-lovers all rub shoulders with each other, as a fruitful balance is sought between the retreating countryside and the advancing town. Common sense and good humour are here in abundance. The author's knowledge of, and love for, rural pursuits is admirably complemented by the 20 drawings of zoologist and entomologist Dr Norman Hickin, making this a valuable guide for all countrymen as well as providing the harassed city-dweller with an insight into a world of more dignified, yet equally crucial deadlines.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Norman Hickin. 8vo., David & Charles, 1975, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 2000. Dust jacket complete, unclipped. Brown cloth with bright gilt titling on spine. No ownership inscription. Colour & b/w Photographs. 240 pages clean and tight. `When you are told you have cancer, you're starting on a journey with the disease. It is not the end of your life but the start of trying to lead a different life' Helen Rollason This is the moving and inspirational story of the TV presenter who captured the hearts of the nation with her courageous fight against cancer. In August 1997 Helen Rollason was diagnosed with advanced colon and liver cancer and was given three months to live. She defied the prognosis and over the next two years pressed on with her work and life, managing the rigours of treatment, notching up new achievements and constantly setting herself targets for the future. She finally lost her battle with the disease in August 1999. In this book, written during the spring and summer of 1999, Helen balances a frank account of her experiences over the previous two years with an exploration of the professional and personal encounters which helped shape her approach to life's challenges. She describes breaking into the male world of BBC Sports to become the first female presenter of Grandstand and such diverse assignments as making a documentary on the street children of Bogota and interviewing the paralysed actor Christopher Reeve. She writes of covering the Olympics, the Paralympics and attending the World Cup, as well as her personal experience of mainstream and alternative cancer therapies. She talks of the support she received from her television colleagues and friends and also of the importance to her of her teenage daughter, Nikki, and their life together with their small black cat. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Colour & b/w Photographs. 8vo., Hodder & Stoughton, 2000, Hachette Books. Very Good. 2003. Paperback. 078688861X . 11 oz.; 290 pages; PB read once date stamp top edge. Scott Barron seems to have it all--a beautiful girlfriend, a dazzling career as a published poet, and a great future. In contrast, his younger brother Jes is a married, overweight, unpublished writer with a fondness for penguins. Then why is it that, to Scott, Jes' life always seems so much better? He finds out, but only after his girlfriend decides to split (just as he was about to say the 'L' word--and almost mean it) , he makes a fool of himself on the BBC, his mother suddenly dies, and his estranged father shows up--a series of catastrophes that push him to the edge and then some. As Scott's self-centered world begins to unravel, he discovers that the key to a happy existence just might be found in a happy relationship. But before he can move on into a new life and a new love, he has to figure out how to get Norman II, a stolen penguin, back to the zoo. ., Hachette Books, 2003

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Scott Barron seems to have it all—a beautiful girlfriend, a dazzling career as a published poet, and a great future. In contrast, his younger brother Jes is a married, overweight, unpublished writer with a fondness for penguins. Then why is it that, to Scott, Jes' life always seems so much better? He finds out, but only after his girlfriend decides to split (just as he was about to say the 'L' word—and almost mean it), he makes a fool of himself on the BBC, his mother suddenly dies, and his estranged father shows up—a series of catastrophes that push him to the edge and then some. As Scott's self-centered world begins to unravel, he discovers that the key to a happy existence just might be found in a happy relationship. But before he can move on into a new life and a new love, he has to figure out how to get Norman II, a stolen penguin, back to the zoo.Men and Other Mammals is a hilarious and touching tale about figuring out what and who really matter in life. Keeble shows us that loving someone is a choice you must make every day for the rest of your life—and that loving someone is often a lot harder than not having someone to love. Books Books ~~ Fiction~~ General Men-and-Other-Mammals~~Jim-Keeble Hyperion "Men and Other Mammals" is a hilarious and touching tale about figuring out what and who really matter in life. Keeble shows that loving someone is a choice one must make every day for the rest of their life--and that loving someone is often a lot harder than not having someone to love.

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Scott Barron seems to have it all--a beautiful girlfriend, a dazzling career as a published poet, and a great future. In contrast, his younger brother Jes is a married, overweight, unpublished writer with a fondness for penguins. Then why is it that, to Scott, Jes' life always seems so much better? He finds out, but only after his girlfriend decides to split (just as he was about to say the 'L' word--and almost mean it), he makes a fool of himself on the BBC, his mother suddenly dies, and his estranged father shows up--a series of catastrophes that push him to the edge and then some. As Scott's self-centered world begins to unravel, he discovers that the key to a happy existence just might be found in a happy relationship. But before he can move on into a new life and a new love, he has to figure out how to get Norman II, a stolen penguin, back to the zoo. Men and Other Mammals is a hilarious and touching tale about figuring out what and who really matter in life. Keeble shows us that loving someone is a choice you must make every day for the rest of your life--and that loving someone is often a lot harder than not having someone to love. contemporary,domestic life,humor,humor and satire,literary,literature and fiction,women's fiction Literature & Fiction, Hyperion Press

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Scott Barron seems to have it all--a beautiful girlfriend, a dazzling career as a published poet, and a great future. In contrast, his younger brother Jes is a married, overweight, unpublished writer with a fondness for penguins. Then why is it that, to Scott, Jes' life always seems so much better? He finds out, but only after his girlfriend decides to split (just as he was about to say the "L" word--and almost mean it), he makes a fool of himself on the BBC, his mother suddenly dies, and his estranged father shows up--a series of catastrophes that push him to the edge and then some. As Scott's self-centered world begins to unravel, he discovers that the key to a happy existence just might be found in a happy relationship. But before he can move on into a new life and a new love, he has to figure out how to get Norman II, a stolen penguin, back to the zoo. Men and Other Mammals is a hilarious and touching tale about figuring out what and who really matter in life. Keeble shows us that loving someone is a choice you must make every day for the rest of your life--and that loving someone is often a lot harder than not having someone to love. Men and Other Mammals Keeble, Jim, Hyperion Books

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"Men and Other Mammals" is a hilarious and touching tale about figuring out what and who really matter in life. Keeble shows that loving someone is a choice one must make every day for the rest of their life--and that loving someone is often a lot harder than not having someone to love.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780786888610
ISBN (ISBN-10): 078688861X
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2003
Herausgeber: Hyperion Books
304 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,254 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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