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A happy, stable, normal childhood and family life should have been mapped out for the three brothers… Adrian was born in Nairobi, Kenya, in September 1948, having two elder brothers—Neil, four; and Justin, two.
Poetry touches every as aspect of human life. It is an expression of things that affect us, a reflection of the way things are in societies, and a means through which we can freely speak to other people.
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From Carey Blyton – acclaimed composer, travel writer and the creator of Bananas in Pyjamas – come two stories about Arnold, the little dog with the enormous bark!
First conceived as a personal memoir to give his grandchildren – all born in the 1990s – some sense of what life was like two generations earlier, Brian Kitson’s Tales of a Grandfather has a resonance beyond its familial origins.
All over India, flower garlands and rangolis have been made for many centuries. Although created in the present moment, they also are timeless and ephemeral, only lasting for a day. They are an expression of creativity coming from the heart.
Unbeknown to the major part of the population, a small group of people discover terrifyingly powerful secrets that threaten to turn the entire world upside down. A pool that cures dementia, makes the barren fertile and transforms imbeciles into brilliant intellectuals in a cellar.