Puffin books have redesigned 20 classic books, covering 80 years of children’s fiction — bringing together fairy tales and fantasies, historical
Why read to yourself when you can get somebody else to read to you?
Historian, writer and journalist Christina Hardyment judged Sword at Sunset by Rosemary Sutcliff to be an ‘odd one out’. Rosemary Sutcliff is most famed for The Eagle
I have found an article from 1982—which is new to me— by ex-MP and Minister Roy Hattersely about Arthurian legend,
Christina Hardyment’s life of Thomas Malory was published by HarperCollins. In 2012 she reviewed a 50th anniversary re-publication of Rosemary Sutcliff’s