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  • Paperback
  • 52 pages
  • Sir Walter Raleigh
  • L. Du Garde Peach
  • 08 July 2017
  • 9780721401614

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About the Author: L. Du Garde Peach

Lawrence du Garde Peach was an English author and writer of plays for radio, stage and screen Today he may be best remembered as the author of over 30 books for Ladybird s Adventure from History series of nonfiction children s books, published from 1957 until his death, which was the largest series Ladybird ever produced, and remained in print until 1986.

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    Another collaboration between L du Garde Peach and John Kenney, with some fascinating detail, though obviously condensed and no mention of Raleigh s end at the hands of the executioner I only recalled, from my childhood, the story of him laying the cloak over the puddle, and that he had bought potatoes and tobacco to the British Isles As I said to my husband whose childhood Ladybird book this was , our adult son probably learnt even less when he was at school I was prompted by this to go and look Sir Walter s life up in my trusty Chambers Biographical Dictionary discarded library copy pubd 1969 so much nicer during bedtime reading than googling I love Kenney s work so vividly full of movement and expression I found the picture of Raleigh being carried off the beach, wounded, quite moving, particularly having read on google, I confess that Kenney was on active service in WW2, and took part in the D Day landings in Normandy.Lastly, was amused that Peach, also a playwright, popped in a whole page about Shakespeare that didn t directly relate to the rest of the story

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