“Sunlight On The Lawn” Beverley Nichols (Garden)

I loved the whit and understated sarcasm of ” Down the garden path”, “A thatched roof” and “A village in a valley”. This book was pence at a car boot, and it was wasted pennies, the narrative was tired, the old whit was gone, and of course with a publication date of 1956 the great illustrator Rex Whistler had been dead for twelve years, so not even charming illustrations, a production line book.

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