Fairly good dustwraper with is worn and torn at the edges. Ink stain to compressed page edges.
In Village Centenary the small Fairacre School of which Miss Read is headmistress reaches its hundredth anniversary and the year is taken up with plans and preparations for its celebration. Miss Read and her assistant find that the results more than repay the hard work.
In Summer at Fairacre the villagers are blessed with one of the finest summers in living memory and everyone makes the most of each sun-filled moment, basing in the glory of the countryside at its best.
In thes two delightful volumes we meet all our favourite characters: the bristly Mrs Pringle, the sophisticated and charming Amy, the wise and wily Mr Willet and his wife, and a great many more, including a schoolful of vivacious and boisterous children. Rich in detail and wonderful evocative, this omnibus edition will enrapture old friends and new visitors to Fairacre.