Children will be able to see the homes people lived in, how they cooked, how they furnished and decorated their homes, and how they spent their leisure time. A fascinating journey depicted in photographs from Victorian times to present day.
Alex Woolf has written more than 150 books, both fiction and non-fiction, mostly for children. Many of these have sold around the world and his words have been translated into over a dozen different languages. He has written on a huge range of subjects including Romans, chocolate, asteroids, sharks, Tudors, flying reptiles, soap, bees and acne. In 2019, he won a Fiction Express award for his story, Mystery at Moon Base One. Alex lives in North London with his family and two cats, Juno and Minerva.