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Noel Streatfeild's Holiday Stories

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Audiobook Downloadable / ISBN-13: 9781405553667

Price: £19.99

*’Classic Noel Streatfeild at her warm-hearted best. I absolutely loved it’ Hilary McKay, author of THE SKYLARKS’ WAR
*’Such rewarding reading’ Daily Telegraph

There are stories for every reader in this delightful collection – exciting crime-solving adventures; nervous young actors in the spotlight for the first time; unforgettable holidays and unlikely friendships.

Featuring beautiful illustrations by PETER BAILEY

Stories include:

The Plain One; Devon Mettle; Chicken for Supper; Flag’s Circus; The Secret; Coralie; Ordinary Me; Cows Eat Flowers; Andrew’s Trout; The Old Fool; Let’s Go Coaching; Howard; The Quiet Holiday; Roberta; Green Silk

Originally written for annuals and magazines from the 1930s-70s, these newly discovered stories make captivating reading for Noel Streatfeild fans of all ages.

Reviews

An enchanting collection, full of wonderful old friends, (the Bell family, the Fossils' darling Doctors Smith and Jakes, Harriet and Lalla!) Classic Noel Streatfeild at her warm-hearted best. I absolutely loved it
Hilary McKay, author of THE SKYLARKS' WAR
This heart-warming collection of stories will stoke nostalgia for holidays from bygone years with tales of crime-solving adventures, unlikely friendships and fun-filled afternoons spent berry-picking, fly-fishing and decamped to the homes of doting grandparents . . . will appeal to readers of all ages
The 20 Best Beach and Holiday Reads, HERALD
These 14 stories, which were written between the 30s and 70s, were recently found buried among Streatfeild's papers. As one might guess from their dreamily nostalgic titles ("Chicken for Supper", "Let's Go Coaching"), there are few pantomime twists or cliffhanger endings. Instead, their charm lies in their evocation of the small, everyday dramas of childhood . . . Such rewarding reading.
'Best Children's Books' DAILY TELEGRAPH