Please note that Rose's Books shop will be closed from Thursday 27th September. All their stock is being moved to Tintern on Friday 28th as the two shops are being amalgamated.
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Aah, I just love a bit of Les Mis! Do you hear the people sing,Singing the songs of angry men?It is the music of the peopleWho will not be slaves again! It was thirty years ago this month that I exited the Palace Theatre in London with those lyrics reverberating through my head. As many other people have probably done before and since, I immediately resolved to tackle reading Victor Hugo's masterpiece. The written narrative of the life of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables is...
In Grandpa's House
View current stock of this title Many people are familiar with Maurice Sendak as a children's author and illustrator. This book is written by his father Philip Sendak with illustrations by Maurice. Nearly every story by Maurice Sendak seems to be influenced by his own childhood and the sadness and fragility he felt as a child. He often writes about a child in danger and there is often a “dark” quality to the stories. The Sendak home was not a happy one. Philip was traumatised...