Rosemary Sutcliff

Rosemary Sutcliff (1920-92) ‘impish, irreverent writer of genius’ (The Guardian newspaper obituary). Her children’s books, adult and historical historical fiction, and life. By Anthony Lawton, cousin, godson and literary executor.
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L’Île Mystérieuse (The Mysterious Island) by Jules Verne. Hetzel. 1877.

“Jules Verne’s original sketch map of Lincoln Island for L’Île mystérieuse (The Mysterious Island),

One of the oldest chalk carvings in the UK is the bronze-age Uffington White Horse.

Uffington White Horse: Mysterious Places in Britain

Ancient Land Art - One of the oldest chalk carvings in the UK is the bronze-age Uffington White Horse. Dating back some years it's still very visible on the slopes of White Horse Hill, Uffington. One of England's most famous prehistoric monuments.

The Silver Branch by Rosemary Sutcliffe.  Charles Keeping cover, Puffin paperback edition.

The Silver Branch by Rosemary Sutcliffe.

Charles Keeping illustration for Warrior Scarlet.  Click on image to ENLARGE.

Charles Keeping Illustrates Rosemary Sutcliffe's Warrior Scarlet

Eminent writer of historical fiction and children’s literature Rosemary Sutcliff’s story about travelling players in Elizabethan times.

William Stobb's cover for Rosemary Sutcliff's Brother Dusty-Feet

The Eagle's Prophecy: Cato & Macro: Book 6

The Eagle's Prophecy: Cato & Macro: Book 6

The-Road-To-Camlann-Rosemary-Sutcliff-1986-U-K-Knight-Books-Paperback

The-Road-To-Camlann-Rosemary-Sutcliff-1986-U-K-Knight-Books-Paperback

Robin Hood: Amazon.de: Rosemary Sutcliff, C Walter Hodges, Sabine Gabert: Bücher

Robin Hood: Amazon.de: Rosemary Sutcliff, C Walter Hodges, Sabine Gabert: Bücher

John Vernon Lord for  Rosemary Sutcliff’s Sword at Sunset, Edito-Service Geneva, 1975

John Vernon Lord for Rosemary Sutcliff’s Sword at Sunset, Edito-Service Geneva, 1975

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What are we doing to kids in our English and ELA classes to drive them away from loving to read and write?

Tom Duxbury illustration for forthcoming  Puffin Books re-issue of 'Beowulf: Dragon Slayer' by the great, but sadly dead, Rosemary Sutcliff

Tom Duxbury illustration for forthcoming Puffin Books re-issue of 'Beowulf: Dragon Slayer' by the great, but sadly dead, Rosemary Sutcliff

A fine collection of work from 1950 to 1992 |  Rosemary Sutcliff (@rsutcliff) | www.rosemarysutcliff.com

Books written by Rosemary Sutcliff.

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