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French Impressions
French Impressions
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5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty France, 14 Dec 2010
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This is a very pretty and relaxing compilation. Two discs enable two versions of 'en bateu' and the whole of the 'Petite Suite' than what can there be anything prettier? Pierne's 'Marche' is unusual and very jolly. Pommier is sensitive and entrancing.A very elegant and worthwhile performance.


Souvenir De Paris - the Great French Stars
Souvenir De Paris - the Great French Stars
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5.0 out of 5 stars La Belle France?, 14 Dec 2010
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This is a wonderful compilation. For someone of my age (67) it conjures up the post-war love of France and its evocative songs. I have the LP and now I have the CD. I enjoy this recording


The Tomtes of Hilltop Wood
The Tomtes of Hilltop Wood
by Brenda Tyler
Edition: Hardcover
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5.0 out of 5 stars Thinking about our Environment, 14 Dec 2010
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This is a nicely illustrated and written book but is for a particular type of concerned family. Children who like Bob the Builder or playing with their trucks might find it a sudden change of perspective. The book is very much of its time


Are You There, Father Christmas?
Are You There, Father Christmas?
by Deborah Ross
Edition: Paperback

2.0 out of 5 stars Know Your Audience, 14 Dec 2010
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The author of this book is a columnist in The Independent newspaper. She has a readable and amusing style. This book is not a book I would recommend for small children because it does not have behind it the same attitude to children that I have. The content is more sophisticated than I feel small children need to be exposed to. At the end of the book, I could not quite see what her attitude to Santa Claus was. I think that this book is more for adults who are still rebellious and naughty children themselves and are envious of their own children for still being innocent. Still, it was written some while ago now.


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