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"I know you think that I know less history than your dog...."
"Young David stands at the garden gate of his parents’ old rectory. He begins, ‘I know you think I know less history than your dog'... and goes on to say he has little hope of getting into Oxbridge ‘but the strangest things can happen’. They did...."
If only every child had a teacher like him!
The maverick Eton master who called pupils thickheads and lobbed croquet balls at slackers as he taught everyone from David Cameron to the Archbishop of Canterbury
The latest fishing and outdoor titles from America have now arrived
There is something to suit every fisherman, be it knot tying or casting techniques, and for those looking for something light hearted, we have the humorous How to Die in the Outdoors.
The revised edition of Matching the Hatch scores 5 STARS from Fishandfly.com
"This is one of those reference books that fly anglers interested in what trout are eating and how they best mimic that food item, will return to often. It is perfectly sized for carrying with you in your fishing bag or at least in the car somewhere so you can check up on details during a break or if a hatch starts. The copious amounts of quality macro photographs are a delight."
Eat, Sleep, Fish cast an eye over Nymph Masters
We’re lucky right now, there are a whole host of nymph fishing books that are hitting bookshelves that are helping us learn more and enabling us to become better anglers.
Ride Safe Review – by Jacqui Broderick
As Winston Churchill so wisely said, “No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle.” Unfortunately since Churchill’s days we have had to learn to share our roads and tracks with not just cars, but cyclists and hikers something that is not always an easy encounter.
Boys' own hero
This sprawling hotchpotch of recollections... manages to paint a remarkably full portrait of a good, kind and enigmatic bachelor schoolmaster who changed boys’ lives
‘thank goodness for Mary Wanless!’
Jacqui Broderick heaps praise on Mary's latest book, Rider Biomechanics.
Time to Relax with the reviews team at Horse and Countryside Magazine
Featuring the latest reviews of Brain Training for Riders, Fit to Ride and Finding the Missed Path.