In response to the prompt
My bookshelf is ever evolving,
Fiction, Comedy, Drama
And a whole host of autobiographies from celebrities far and wide.
But alongside these, recently, have come familiar tales from my childhood.
Long john Silver shares a space with Paddington Bear and Winnie the Pooh. The Riverbank tales of Kenneth Graham have evolved thanks to the English Writer, William Horswood and more recently Douglas Adams Arthur Dent has shared a bench with the likes of Rincewind, Angua and Detritus of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld
I’ve read the Arthur Ransome tale of the Walker Children in their boat on the English Lakes, Swallows and Amazons , a number of times. The First time being at High school. It tells the tale of their first adventure out at water on their boat, the swallow and their experiences of taking a boat out for the first time. You could say i caught the bug for exploring after reading this book – exploring the land and sea with the Scouts and Ocean Youth Club some time after.