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  • One Pair of Handsby Monica Dickens

    Ebury Publishing 2011; US$ 12.68

    'Life was a wordless battle of wits between us, with her keeping a sharp look-out for signs of neglect, and me trying to disguise my slovenliness by subterfuge. I became an adept at sweeping dust under the bed, and always used the same few pieces of silver' Unimpressed by the world of debutante balls, Monica Dickens shocked her family by... more...

  • Follyfootby Monica Dickens

    Andersen Press Ltd 2012; US$ 9.86

    Follyfoot Farm is a retirement home for old or unwanted horses, invariably horses rescued from a cruel fate or cruel owners. It's run by the Colonel who is helped by his stepdaughter, Callie, and two stable-hands, Dora and Steve. These three youngsters have plenty to do at the stables, but can always find time to get involved in the mysteries and adventures... more...

  • Dora at Follyfootby Monica Dickens

    Andersen Press Ltd 2012; US$ 7.04

    The Colonel, owner of Follyfoot, the Home of Rest for Horses, has been ill and has to go away to convalesce. Dora and Steve are left in charge, with the strict instruction, 'Don't buy any horses'. But when Dora sees the rangy, cream-coloured lame horse, Amigo, she is determined to save him from spending his last days pulling a heavy log-cart - even... more...

  • The Horses of Follyfootby Monica Dickens

    Andersen Press Ltd 2012; US$ 7.04

    Dora is invited out to America to help set up a home of rest for horses. When she leaves and is given a horse to take back to Follyfoot, she can't believe her luck. But once they're home things start to go badly wrong. One of the horses falls ill. And it looks like the same epidemic that is sweeping America . . . Has Dora's horse brought the disease... more...

  • The Fancyby Monica Dickens

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2013; US$ 15.19

    Women from all walks of life have been thrown together by the War. Together they must toil for long hours in the aircraft factory whilst striving to navigate their disrupted lives. Overseeing their work is the kindly Edward Ledward, whose beloved rabbits provide an escape from his loveless marriage. Given a promotion, and somewhat scared of 'his girls',... more...

  • World's End in Winterby Monica Dickens

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2011; US$ 11.19

    There is a place at World's End for any furry or feathered friend in need. The Fielding children live in a rambling old house, packed full of animals. Best of all – there are no grown-ups! Mum and dad are off on adventures of their own, which means the children have to take care of themselves. Carrie and Michael befriend Priscilla who has been left... more...

  • Man Overboardby Monica Dickens

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2011; US$ 14.39

    Lieutenant-Commander, the hero of this novel, is axed from the Navy at the age of thirty-six, one of many thousands obliged to re-plan their lives as the result of cuts in the armed services. A widower with a small daughter, he has no experience or knowledge outside submarines and the Royal Navy. His whole life had been that of a sailor since he... more...

  • Flowers on the Grassby Monica Dickens

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2011; US$ 13.59

    Orphaned at the age of fourteen, Daniel is brought up by a distant and cold relative. After his expulsion from Eton his ashamed guardian, in an attempt to bury the scandal, sends the troubled boy to another distant relative in Italy. There, Daniel has little responsibility and a lot of freedom to study art and enjoy a bohemian lifestyle. But when WWII... more...

  • The House at World's Endby Monica Dickens

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2011; US$ 11.19

    Carrie, Tom, Em and Michael Fielding are at the mercy of their rotten Uncle Rudolph after a fire leaves them homeless, with their mother in hospital and their father abroad at sea. Uncle Rudolph and his vain wife Val reluctantly take the children in, but soon let them live alone at World's End, their ramshackle house in the countryside, rather than... more...

  • Kate and Emmaby Monica Dickens

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2011; US$ 14.39

    Monica Dickens's novel, first published in 1965, opens in a Juvenile court in London. One of the young offenders is a sixteen-year-old girl, Kate, who is described as being in need of care and protection. In the court is a girl only slightly older, Emma, daughter of the magistrate. From her experience of going around with a social worker on his calls... more...