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  1. says:

    Once a fascinating book about life which has slowly disappeared. I have heard the author speak three times, the

  2. says:

    A lovely end to a series of books written with truth. Gervase is clearly a respectable man and every inch patient. His colleagues, line of work and little jobs he had to do certainly showed his patience, respect and good humour. I have read t

  3. says:

    This is a very welcome return to the Yorkshire Dales and the people both young and old who inhabit them. This book is imbued with the love, laughter, hardship, tears and honesty that his previous books have been filled wi

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    This is the fifth installment of

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    I have read all of the author',s books. He is funny, a little naughty and has huge respect for childhood and the characters who see one through school.life. He takes you on scenic and emotiona! Journeys with a light touch and the occasional we

  6. says:

    I love the dialect spoken in these books and the humour that brings.
    Socially it does open your eyes as to how life was in those days and c

  7. says:

    Gervase has a gain written a beautiful book. Continuing his excellent description of the Yorkshire Dales through his experiences as a school inspector. The observation of the people and their dialect made me feel as if I was there.at the time. The is imbued with the love, laughter, hardship, tears and honesty which his other books also portrayed.
    I was fortunate to hear Gervase speak whilst on a cruise and he is a natural speaker and h

  8. says:

    As always Gervase Phinn does it again. I spent less than a week reading this thoroughly good book. All the familiar chara

  9. says:

    A well written and amusing book. Have read earlier books in this series and enjoyed each one. This one did not disappoint.

  10. says:

    I liked the approach to life as it was with all the inherent attitudes and difficulties of countryside life in the dales.

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E children themselves who find ways of embarrassing the school inspectors with innocent ease We reconvene with Christine Bentley head teacher of Winnery Nook School the well named Mrs Savage and. I love the dialect spoken in these books and the humour that bringsSocially it does open your eyes as to how life was in those days and communities The characters are great

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Heart Of The Dales Unabridged Compact Disc,The

Not forgetting the ueen of Clean Connie Gervase Phinn has an extraordinary talent to entertain and the latest instalment to the Dale series is heart warming wry and will make you laugh out loud. As always Gervase Phinn does it again I spent less than a week reading this thoroughly good book All the familiar characters are back and a few new little gems along the way Connie Julie Mrs Savage plus an array of wonderful children and the things kids say Throughout it though there are elements to make you think and perhaps look at life differently This book will make you cry with laughter it did me and when you are in bed anyone listening would have wondered what was happening I hope this isn t the last book Gervase writes in the Dales series you have so much I am sure Write another one

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Gervase Phinn is back with his tales of life as a schools inspector in Yorkshire His colourful cast of characters have now become firm favourites the eccentric staff at County Hall as well as th. Once a fascinating book about life which has slowly disappeared I have heard the author speak three times the first time I was introduced to him at a Local Authority Education conference in Bournemouth A colleague from Yorkshire was now working in Bournemouth He had the awful slot after lunch But he was amazing no one dozed off I always remember the story he tells of the little boy who says to him that he had special needs and the way the author describes what he does know from every feather what bird it came from etcSuch a wonderful understanding of children and their particular needs