Looking Back at Popular Entertainment, 1901-1939 – EP Publishing
Out of print, but still in libraries.    History of show biz in the early years of the twentieth century.

You and Your Handicapped Child – Allen and Unwin
Out of print, but still in libraries.   Helpful book for parents, based on personal experience.

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  1. Dear Ann,

    I love England, I love the English people, and I love your books. Got behind a bit on the Lois Meade series and am happy to know I still have six more to read. I am happy to say that I spent a week in England in 2003, visiting a friend in Yorkshire. My dream is to come back for another visit. The bigger dream is to live there. Alas, that will probably never happen, but I can dream and enjoy England through your books.

    Karen Brettschneider
    Woodstock, Georgia USA

    • Thank you, Karen, for your interesting message. Naturally I am delighted you love England and the English people! I promise you most of us are not responsible for the oil spill!
      Yorkshire is a beautiful county, isn`t it. Did you have time to visit York Minster? One of the loveliest churches in the country. And my small son appreciated the railway museum …

      Glad you are enjoying Lois Meade and Long Farnden. Now there is Ivy Beasley and her enquiries in Suffolk, where she has moved to an old folks home, and where I grew up!

      All the best, and hope you get to England again one day. Ann

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