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More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. About this Item: with drawings by J. Dust jacket also has a bit of rippling. Mild soiling to bottom edge of book. Drawings are by J. Perfect present for that Miss Read fan for Christmas!. Seller Inventory More information about this seller Contact this seller 5. Hard Cover. Goodall, John S. First American Edition. Author is Miss Read Mrs. Gossip, squabbles, domestic drama and the quiet rhythms of country living The villagers of Thrush Green are all determined to make the newcomers welcome, but it's not easy..
The new residents inhabit the new retirement homes built on the site of Thrush Green's ugly old rectory, destroyed by fire, and there is heated After a long winter of red noses and wet mittens, summer is a welcome time for Miss Read and her downland village friends. Here we follow the kindly vicar, Charles Henstock, to the neighboring Lulling, after his home was burned to the gr But this sleepy, pristine setting conceals a flurry of activity amongst the villagers. Rumor has it that Mr. Venables is considerin The great centenary year unfolds -- with its hopes and fears, its memories and forecasts, its friendships and feuds.
The village school is a hundred years old and Miss Read, the schoolmistress, is fully occupied trying to recapture the march of th When a white robin comes to the quiet village of Fairacre, it becomes the focus of nationwide attention.
But their pride is short-lived and their hopes brutally It's spring again in the village, and with the change of the seasons comes change in the lives of many villagers. The Young family's tranquility is disrup The English village of Fairacre may appear idyllically peaceful to passersby, but those who live among its shady lanes always have problems to untangle.
When a terrible rumor emerges — Miriam Quinn has never married. She's a kind, but unsentimental lady. By today's standards, she's still young, but fifty years ago she would have been called an old maid! She's an efficient office manger and has a well ordered life that she enjoys.
Feelings are running high in the Cotswold village of Thrush Green. When Miss Read falls down the stairs and breaks her arm on the first day of the summer holidays, her old friend Amy whisks her off to recuperate on the island of Crete. The change of scene provides a welcome break and gives the two women time to tak The cottages called Tyler's Row, with their warm thatch and leaded panes, were intended to provide a haven of peace for the Hales.
Sandwiched between the redoubtable Sergeant Burnaby and poisonous Mrs. Fowler, however, they soon found that Fairacre In the English village of Fairacre, the retired schoolteachers Dolly Clare and Emily Davis enjoyed a remarkable friendship, as this moving volume reveals.
Childhood playmates in Beech Green, they would remain close throughout their long lives, eventu There are new people now on the Green. When old Admiral Trigg ad his sister Lucy died, their house - Tullivers - stood empty for many months. The old schoolhouse has just been sold, and the villagers are eager to welcome the new owners, the Lesters.
Alan Lester seems to be perfectly pleasant, but rumours soon circulate about his wife, Margaret. Equal cause for speculation is the odd behaviour of long-standing resident Bertha Lovelock.
And what of farmer Percy Hodge? Can he really be contemplating marriage to the rather wayward Doreen Lilly? The arrival of a stranger in the village of Thrush Green stirs up ripples of speculation and interest.
Not only does the village find itself paying tribute to this stranger's hero - a missionary born and bred in Thrush Green - but his presence has a dramatic affect on Miss Dimity Dean's romantic prospects As the story plays out, Miss Read succeeds in portraying village life with all its often unexpected incidents, and her unwavering eye for detail beautifully captures the character of a gradually disappearing aspect of rural English life. There are newcomers to the village of Thrush Green Charles Henstock, vicar of Thrush Green, is living in his new vicarage after the old one burned down.
In its place are eight retirement homes, but there's heated debate in the village about the new residents. How to choose who will live there? How will they get on together? And how will they accommodate all the pets?
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Meanwhile the old residents have their worries. At the school Miss Watson learns that her brother has had an accident; an argument flares up between Edward Young and Dr Lovell; and Dottie Harmer becomes dottier by the day. Village Affairs Paperback Miss Read.
What I mean is, we won't have it. We'll never let Fairacre school close. Her face was red, her eyes bright. As fears grow amid mounting conjecture, headmistress Miss Read's future hangs in the balance. And trouble is never far away as village life is further disrupted by tangled matrimonial affairs and a police investigation.
The community must rally together to face this new threat The third novel in the bestselling Thrush Green series. There are new people on the Green When old Admiral Trigg and his sister Lucy died, their house - Tullivers - stood empty for many months. Then one bright April day, some discreet onlookers saw a good-looking woman pushing her way through the nettles to the front door. Who was she? Was she on her own? Had she bought the house, and, if so, what kind of a neighbour would she be? These were just some of the questions asked by the curious residents of Thrush Green, a village bubbling with feuds, disasters and delights, all observed by Miss Read with her customary wry wit and charm.
Changes at Fairacre Paperback Miss Read. Changes are afoot in the village of Fairacre Over the years, Fairacre has seen many changes, some for the better, some less so. But the declining number of children at the village school has again threatened it with closure, and for Miss Read this means maybe losing her livelihood and her home. And as she loses a dear friend, it is with a heavy heart that Miss Read inherits the cottage of Miss Clare.
Some things, however, never change: Miss Read's stout housekeeper, Mrs Pringle, continues her tirades; the harvest fair and fete remain cherished events; Amy has a problem with a most unwelcome guest; and a snowstorm and hurricane hit the village. Thrush Green Paperback Miss Read.