How do you remember the summers of your childhood? For Laurie Lee they were flowercrested, heady, endless days. Here is an evocation of Summer like no other – a remote valley filled with the scent of hay, jazzing wasps, blackberries plucked and gobbled, and games played until the last drop of dusk. Lee’s joyful and stirring writing captures the very essence of England’s golden season. Selected from the book Cider with Rosie by Laurie Lee
The first volume of The Manara Library, the comprehensive collection of Italian comics legend Milo Manara''s work, is now in paperback! Showcasing some of..
The Summer Without You
As the eldest of four daughters, American heiress Emmaline Nesbitt has always understood that she is obliged to wed. But no proposals have so far come her way,..
Nell Whitaker is fifteen when war breaks out and, despite her protests, her mother sends her to live with her Auntie Kath on a remote farm in Anglesey. Life on..
Summer with my Sister
Kenji Koiso is a high school student with a crush on a kendo club beauty, Natsuki Shinohara, and a knack for mathematics. His aptitude with numbers earns him a..