Mrs Nettlebed and the Woodlanders

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    Green Road Press
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    220mm x 140mm
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Mrs Nettlebed and the Woodlanders is the second in the Mrs Nettlebed series of stories.

The stories are meant to be read by children, but also to children. Sharing with an audience, even if it is an audience of only one or two, especially across the generations, has always been important in the realm of storytelling. So has the sense of theatre - or being there in the moment, together with others, communing and growing and exploring in the world of the imagination.

Sam Burnside

Sam Burnside was born in County Antrim and now lives in the city of Derry where he was involved in adult education before establishing and becoming first Director of the Verbal Arts Centre (1992'€“2003), an

 educational charity established to promote literature in all its forms. He is the author of The Cathedral (1989) a long poem that won the Sunday Tribune Hennessy Literary Award for Poetry in that year. His work has

attracted a number of literary prizes, including an Allingham Poetry Prize; the University of Ulster'€™s McCrea Award for Literature and a Bass Ireland Award. His poetry has been published and broadcast widely.

Sam Burnside was made MBE in 2012 for services to the arts.

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