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by Andrew Rafferty,Kevin Crossley-Holland

The Stones Remain download ebook
ISBN:
0712622063
ISBN13:
978-0712622066
Author:
Andrew Rafferty,Kevin Crossley-Holland
Publisher:
Rider & Co (June 8, 1989)
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128 pages
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1916 kb
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1237 kb
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Used availability for Kevin Crossley-Holland's The Stones Remain

Used availability for Kevin Crossley-Holland's The Stones Remain. June 1989 : UK Hardback.

Crossley-Holland has translated Beowulf from the Anglo-Saxon, and his retellings of traditional tales include The Penguin Book of Norse Myths and British Folk Tales (reissued as The Magic Lands).

The Stones Remain: Megalithic Sites of Britain. by. Kevin Crossley-Holland, Andrew Rafferty (Photographer). Crossley-Holland has translated Beowulf from the Anglo-Saxon, and his retellings of traditional tales include The Penguin Book of Norse Myths and British Folk Tales (reissued as The Magic Lands). His collaborations with composers include two operas with Nicola Lefanu ("The Green Children" and "The Wildman") and one with Rupert Bawden, "The Sailor’s Tale"; song cycles with Sir Arthur Bliss and William Mathias; and a carol with Stephen Paulus for King’s College, Cambridge.

Andrew Rafferty and Kevin Crossley-Holland will be presenting Seahenge: A Journey at the Stony Straford Literary Festival on 22 January 2020. UPDATE: The Stones Remain is to be re-released in 2019 as an iBook

Andrew Rafferty and Kevin Crossley-Holland will be presenting Seahenge: A Journey at the Stony Straford Literary Festival on 22 January 2020. Seahenge: A Journey – Exhibition. Andrew will be displaying his exciting and beautiful collection of land-, sea- and skyscape photographs from his new book Seahenge: A Journey for a limited time at Blickling Hall, Norfolk. UPDATE: The Stones Remain is to be re-released in 2019 as an iBook. This is not just an electronic copy of the original, but a re-imagination of the work for a new generation. The work will have many new features that are only possible in iBooks.

Home Crossley-Holland, Kevin STONES REMAIN: MEGALITHIC SITES OF BRITAIN. An illustrated guide to some of the 700 megalithic sites in Britain, photo-illustrated by Andrew Rafferty. Stones remain: megalithic sites of britain. Crossley-Holland, Kevin. Published by London, Rider, 1989. Condition: Fine Soft cover. 127 pages, clean and tight in the binding. Inscribed in verse and Signed by Crossley-Holland on the title page, dated 1992. Bookseller Inventory 1289307. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: STONES REMAIN: MEGALITHIC SITES OF BRITAIN. Publisher: London, Rider. Publication Date: 1989.

Kevin John William Crossley-Holland (born 7 February 1941) is an English translator, children's author and poet. His best known work is probably the Arthur trilogy (2000–2003), for which he won the Guardian Prize and other recognition. Crossley-Holland and his 1985 novella Storm won the annual Carnegie Medal from the Library Association, recognising the year's outstanding children's book by a British author.

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Kevin Crossley-Holland covers no new ground in Arthurian history, if anything it is a repeat that those of us who are . What makes this book a lovely read is how the Arthur of 1199 relates to it and the parallel's between the two worlds.

Kevin Crossley-Holland covers no new ground in Arthurian history, if anything it is a repeat that those of us who are Arthurian buffs have read over and over. The characters in the "real" world of Arthur who tells the story are more real and the background as true as any historian could hope for.

Kevin Crossley-Holland won the Carnegie Medal in 1985 for Storm. His many notable books for adults and children include poetry, classic retellings and anthologies. He has written and presented many BBC radio programmes and is a frequent speaker at schools and libraries

Kevin Crossley-Holland won the Carnegie Medal in 1985 for Storm. He has written and presented many BBC radio programmes and is a frequent speaker at schools and libraries. For some years he held a university post in Minnesota. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. The Seeing Stone won the prestigious Guardian Children's Fiction Prize and At The Crossing-Places won a Silver award at the SWPA Spoken Word Awards. Gatty's Tale was shortlisted for the 2008 Carnegie Medal.