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Road To The Dales

Author : Gervase Phinn
ISBN : 9780141964638
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A unique look into the childhood experiences of Gervase Phinn in Road to the Dales. Gervase tells of a life full of happiness, conversation, music and books shared with his three siblings, mother and father. This book is a snapshot of growing up in Yorkshire in the 1950s - reminisce with Gervase, and share in his personal journey - of school days and holidays as well as his tentative steps into the adult world. Devour numerous uproarious stories including the incident involving a broken greenhouse, crashing his brother's newly restored bike as well as secrets about his first dates, adventures at summer camp, family trips to Blackpool and many other captivating tales. With a wicked ear for the comical, and a sharp eye for detail, Road to the Dales visits poignant moments, significant events and precious memories from a boy called Gervase Phinn. Gervase Phinn is an author and educator from Rotherham who, after teaching for fourteen years in a variety of schools, moved to North Yorkshire to be a school inspector. He has written autobiographies, novels, plays, collections of poetry and stories, as well as a number of books about education. He holds five fellowships, honorary doctorates from Hull, Leicester and Sheffield Hallam universities, and is a patron of a number of children's charities and organizations. He is married with four adult children. His books include The Other Side of the Dale, Over Hill and Dale, Head Over Heels in the Dales,The Heart of the Dales, Up and Down in the Dales and Trouble at the Little Village School.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Yorkshire Dales Walking

Author : Norman Buckley
ISBN : 1850584397
Genre : Walking
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This book selects 32 of the best Dales walks and offers them with a wealth of interesting features encountered along the way. They are based on well-known towns and villages, mainly within those areas which are most popular and best loved.
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Discovering The Dales Way

Author : Keith Pauling
ISBN : 9781446637050
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The "Dales Way" passes through some of the most beautiful scenery in England. The footpath is 84 miles in length and runs from Ilkley to Bowness-on-Windermere. Starting on the banks of the River Wharfe it follows the river upstream, climbs over the top of the watershed of the Pennines, and then winds steadily down the other side passing through the delightful undulating countryside of where we once used to call Westmorland, before finally arriving at the shore of England's largest expanse of inland water. Along the way I will be exploring the places that I visit and delving into the histories of the people who have made their contributions to life in the area throughout the ages. Join me on my journey and discover our rich heritage.
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Doing The Dales Way

Author : Andrew Bowden
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Take one person and a rucksack, put them in a market town in West Yorkshire, and point them towards Windermere. If they've not instantly leaped in a car, hailed a cab or run to the train station, then chances are that they're doing the Dales Way. Andrew Bowden was one such person. And this is his tale.
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The Rough Guide To Australia

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ISBN : 9781405388900
Genre : Travel
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The Rough Guide to Australia is your indispensable guide to one of the most unmissable countries on earth. Packed with practical information on once-in-a-lifetime experiences in Oz, from sunrise walks around Uluru to viewing Kangaroo Island's wild seals, sea lions, kangaroos and koalas; bush-camping safaris in UNESCO World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park to exhilarating helicopter flights down the dramatic gorges of Aboriginal-owned Nitmiluk National Park - not forgetting the stunning harbour side bars and restaurants of Sydney. Written by a team of widely-travelled, dedicated authors, this Rough Guide will help you to discover the best hotels, restaurants, cafes, shops and festivals around Australia, whatever your budget. Plus, you'll find expert background on Australia's history, wildlife, cinema and fascinating aboriginal culture and the clearest maps of any guide. Make the most of your trip with The Rough Guide to Australia.
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Parkin

Author : William Christian
ISBN : 9781926577289
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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George Parkin was born the thirteenth child of an immigrant New Brunswick farmer and died a knight of the realm and perhaps the most famous Canadian in the world. Charismatic, charming, eloquent and dedicated, Parkin devoted his immense energy to two causes. As an orator and journalist, he worked to strengthen the bonds between the English-speaking peoples; as Principal of Upper Canada College and Founding Secretary of the Rhodes Scholarships he promoted a vision of education primarily as the formation of character, not the training of the intellect. This beautifully written and witty biography is a story of ideas lived through Parkin and those in his wide circle of influence with leaders of many countries. He was one of the first Canadians to see the development of globalization, and produced that famous map to demonstrate his vision, the British Empire all in red, Canada huge and dominating in the centre. His passionate opposition to free trade and eventual annexation by the United States mark him as an eloquent and prophetic visionary of Canada’s fate under NAFTA. Author William Christian’s own life in Parkin’s footsteps and rich sensitivity to Parkin’s story is on full display in this masterful biography. Political science professor at University of Guelph, well-known journalist and political commentator, Christian is an acknowledged authority on the intersection of philosophy, political life, communication theory and public purpose.
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Groundflying The Dales

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Genre : Travel
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A travel guide to the Yorkshire Dales for those on two, three, or four wheels with photographic illustration
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Yorkshire Dales And Moors

Author : Martyn Hanks
ISBN : 1901522415
Genre : Travel
File Size : 71.22 MB
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In the VISITOR GUIDE series, this pocket sized book, with full colour photography and maps, is not the usual run-of-the-mill guide. The author describes places in depth, giving historical details where it is likely to enhance the visit, points out physical attractions which might easily be missed, describing their importance. Includes walks.
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Understanding Gcse Geography

Author : Ann Bowen
ISBN : 0435351702
Genre : Geography
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This Foundation book has simplified text covering the same material as the core student book (with the same pagination). Written to AQA/A specification, it encourages the development of geographical skills. There are activity and test questions, and guidance for students on tackling coursework.
Category: Geography