One thought on “Nordy Bank”

  1. A pleasant enough book that occasionally intensified only to die down again to pleasant and sensible. The first half of the story is about a group of children who don't seem to know each other very well and are tolerant rather than amiable towards each other, going camping in the wilds of Shropshire. The locations are brought to life beautifully. The author knows these places and obviously feels their specialness. We get to know and sympathise with the children in the order in which they also ap [...]

  2. Nordy Bank. Sheena Porter 1964 @CILIPCKG #Carnegie First a reflection on Iron Age Britain & then a girl trying to keep a dog. I'm confused. Reviewed @reallyReads

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