Renate Edler loves to visit her grandmother in the house on Schellberg
Street. She often meets up with her friend Hani Gödde who lives nearby.
This year, though, it is not to be. Just a few weeks after a night when
synagogues are burned and businesses owned by Jews are looted, Renate
finds out a terrible secret about her family.
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Clara will not be daunted. Her life will not end when her beloved
husband dies too young. She will become a second mother to the young
children who live away from home in order to visit a rather special
school. When life becomes desperate for a particular class of disabled
children growing up in Nazi Germany she takes a few risks. Is her
ultimate faith in the goodness of human beings a fatal flaw that leads
to her tragedy, or is her story actually one of hope?
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the Schellberg Cycle to date, though some characters, familiar to those
who have read the first two books, appear again here. Clara Lehrs, Karl
Schubert and Dr Kühn really existed. We have a few, a very few,
verifiable facts about them. The rest we have had to find out by
repeating some of their experiences and by using the careful writer's
A playful monkey takes a boy's hat but drops it into a river full of crocodiles. The boy offers to accompany the monkey to find another hat. The quest turns into an adventure in which they cross forests, climb mountains, visit the moon, pass through the village of cats and meet fantastic creatures. The Lost Hat tells us, above all, about the values of friendship and effort. But it also enhances the love of nature and the discovery of the diversity that travel offers. RRP £6.50 Buy from Amazon Buy from The Hive (UK) Buy from Barnes and Noble (US) Buy from us (1-4 books) Buy from us (5+ books) ISBN: 9781910542644
Aftermath A continuing response by writers to the Covid19 pandemic in 2020 and during the ongoing aftershocks in 2021. This collection is of work by writers we have published before and whom we trust, and their trusted colleagues. When disasters strike writers respond and react in words. They share with us their hopes and fears. They describe and rationalise. Like its companion book this volume contains pieces of fiction, flash fiction, script, poetry, memoir and some texts which cannot easily be categorised. There is a loose chronology here – the texts are listed by the order in which they were written and / or by the times to which they refer. There are messages of hope, cries of despair and acts of kindness. This hardback book is above all a glimpse, a snapshot of some astonishing human history. Aftermath is the second book in a series of creative responses to the 2020 pandemic and its aftermath. RRP £13.00 Buy from Amazon Buy from