Sunday's Child: Times Past in Postcode DA11

This is a miscellany of recollections emerging from impressionable years spent within a large and dysfunctional family that sat on the edges of respectability. A look at working class life as it once was, growing up in Gravesend and Northfleet beside the River Thames in the years that followed WW2, when the scattered communities were still conversant with the Kentish dialect. More

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About Jean Hendy-Harris

I grew up in England and spent a number of years in London before moving to New Zealand where I became a doctor's wife and brought up three children. I moved from being an office worker to free lance writing during my twenties and at that time wrote short stories for women's magazines and articles on child care and early learning. After educating my children for ten years I wrote a home schooling memoir (PUTTING THE JOY BACK INTO EGYPT - Hodder & Stoughton) I have also written several literature themed books for teachers (Ashton Scholastic) and a variety of texts and articles on education. I am a newcomer to Smashwords.

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