What a Hullabaloo!

It’s poetry it’s fun and it’s not just for children!

This book is about moments, the ones from childhood. The ones in which we dared to dream, the dreams we did not fear to follow. Nothing could stop us for we were children, and impossible was a word we’d not yet learnt.
But there are parents and teachers and people with beards and that can only mean one thing, trouble!

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About phillip whittington

I was born in 1965 during my father's second posting to Hong Kong, and moved back to England in the mid 70's.
I currently reside in the seaside town of Scarborough in North Yorkshire and am training to be a Relational Centred Counsellor at the Scarborough Psychotherapy Training Institute.
I was inspired during this training to write about my childhood experiences in a way that would hopefully allow others to remember the experiences of their own.
With many of the characters, emotions and storylines being based on real experiences I hope to add a touch of realism that adults will relate to and children will enjoy.
The child may find that some of the stories within this book are already somehow familiar and the adult reader may be inspired to recall the stories of their own. Both cases invite interactions and offer opportunities to share those unique moments and make the reading experience a richer experience.
The stories are set in the mid 70's and in a time before the influx of technology arrived to change the way children play.
With these stories I also hope to give an insight to the young of today of just how enjoyable those days were and how playing changed with seasons and was created, not bought.

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