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An entertaining and, we think, definitive anthology of extracts from autobiographies, biographies, novels, short stories and poems about the Scottish experience of childhood. It begins with accounts of childbirth and infancy and moves on to play and exploration, schooldays, adolescent crises and relationships with parents. The resulting narrative is nothing less than a brightly coloured tapestry of life in Scotland over the past few centuries.

Growing up in Scotland - Robbie Kydd

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Title
Growing up in Scotland - an anthology
Author
Robbie Kydd
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Polygon
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20010101

An entertaining and, we think, definitive anthology of extracts from autobiographies, biographies, novels, short stories and poems about the Scottish experience of childhood. It begins with accounts of childbirth and infancy and moves on to play and exploration, schooldays, adolescent crises and relationships with parents. The resulting narrative is nothing less than a brightly coloured tapestry of life in Scotland over the past few centuries.

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Robbie Kydd was born in Aberdeenshire and worked for many years in social work. He is the author of two novels, Auld Zimmery and A Quiet Stranger. Nora Kydd was born in Trinidad, and has been involved with children's welfare for most of her working life. The Kydds have a family of three.

Reviews scheduled for Scotsman, Scots Magazine, Good Book Guide, Observer, Times; UK radio and magazine competitions planned for November with giveaways; Schools tour

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Children - Scotland - Social conditions.|Children - Scotland - Literary collections.
Country of Publication
Scotland
Number of Pages
240

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