Summary

As the new school year begins, Jack Sheffield prepares for an even more eventful year than usual. A new teacher is appointed, and before long tongues start to wag.
Meanwhile, five-year-old Madona Fazackerly makes her mark in an unexpected way, life changes dramatically for Ruby the caretaker, and, in the village Coffee Shop, Dorothy Humpleby plans a dirty weekend.
It’s 1983 - the era of the new CD player, Microsoft Word, the McDonalds McNugget, Cabbage Patch dolls, the threat of a miners’ strike and a final farewell to the halfpenny piece. Jack has to manage a year of triumph and tragedy….
©2013 Jack Sheffield (P)2014 Isis Publishing Ltd, Random House Audiobooks
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5 out of 5 stars
By Nikki on 21-11-16

Fabulous reminder

This is a well written gentle story that allows you to escape in to its warm enfolds. I loved the references to the 80's reminded me of my growing up. Great narration easy to listen to.

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