Country Days by Alice Taylor

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This newest work by the acclaimed author of To School Through the Fields, Quench the Lamp and The Village is filled with character and characters, with delicious sensory memories and nostalgic tales both whimsical and warm.
 

About Alice Taylor

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Taylor lives in Innishannon, County Cork, Ireland, where her family tends the local market and post office.
 
Published October 21, 1993 by Brandon / Mount Eagle Publications Ltd. 160 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Travel, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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However, as Taylor's writing illustrates, the land can indeed offer much real wisdom.

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This charming memoir of childhood is a bestseller in Ireland, where Taylor tends the market and post office of Innishannon.

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Taylor (To School Through the Fields) has written a memoir of a County Kerry Christmas as seen through her own nine-year-old eyes.

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Sweet-natured and filled with amusement at life's twists and turns, Taylor (To School Through the Fields) should please fans and win herself new admirers with this collection of autobiographical anecdotes interspersed with homely poems celebrating everyday life.

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