A tale of friendly dragons who create a stir when they arrive in a small village looking for the eggs they buried 100 years previously.
The young people of the village help to recover the eggs but can they find them all before the eggs begin to hatch?
On the evening of 3rd August 1914, Sir Edward Grey, the British Foreign Secretary looked out of the Foreign Office window and famously declared that “The lamps are going out all over Europe. We shall not see them lit again in our lifetime”. This study examines the key choices Grey and others made in the weeks leading up to the beginning of war and the impact these choices had on his life.
Written to mark the 50th anniversary of the death of Anne Hepple, novelist, who lived most of her life in Northumberland and Berwickshire.
Her books, which often feature thinly-disguised local places have been read and enjoyed worldwide.
Print Version Published 2009.