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May 12, 2014 / peoplesbookprize

The Kid On Slapton Beach – A wonderful book … superb on so many levels…

Felicity Fair Thompson was born in Australia. After a short career as a dancer in UK, she spent several years in management at London’s Odeon Leicester Square. Settling on the Isle of Wight, she writes poetry and fiction, has written and directed fourteen travel films, and teaches Creative Writing.

“I couldn’t put this book down – poignant and powerful, I found myself rooting for Harry. Embracing the tragic, the author has not side-stepped the horrors of war, yet it is still written in such a way that a young person can read and take on board the circumstances. This book is thoroughly recommendable!”

“Got more and more riveting as the story progressed. Very interesting and important part of British history.”
The People’s Book Prize is coming to the end of this year’s voting so don’t miss the opportunity go to and vote for your favorite book in the categories Children Non FictionFiction – NOW!



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