Collection by Esther Prytherch

Esther Prytherch
Life is tough and cheerless for Billy Casper, a troubled teenager growing up in the small Yorkshire mining town of Barnsley. Treated as a failure at school, and unhappy at home, Billy discovers a new passion in life when he finds Kes, a kestrel hawk. Book Cover Art, Book Cover Design, Book Design, Books About Growing Up, Great Books, My Books, Artist Film, Life Is Tough, Vintage Book Covers


Kes Barry Hines A major Woodfall/United Artists Film. Published as A Kestrel for a Knave First published by Michael Joseph 1968 Published in Penguin Books 1969 Reprinted 1970 (twice), 1971, 1972 Line treatment on front cover photograph by Enzo Ragazzini From the back cover: Billy Casper is a boy with nowhere to go and nothing to say; part of the limbo generation of school leavers too old for lessons and too young to know anything about the outside world. He hates and he is…

Childhood Games, Play, Hide And Seek, Tag Games,. Informations About Enrich Your Life Childhood Games, My Childhood Memories, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Retro, The Good Old Days, Back In The Day, Belle Photo, Vintage Toys

Children playing marbles, 1970.

Children playing marbles, 1970. by . Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, canvases, postcards and mugs. SSPL Science and Society Picture Library

Inch Print - High quality print (other products available) - Ulla Street Boot Boys. Middlesbrough <br> - Image supplied by Mary Evans Prints Online - Photo Print made in the USA Mode Skinhead, Skinhead Fashion, 70s Fashion, Skinhead Style, Teddy Boys, Youth Subcultures, Look Street Style, Hippie Man, Rude Boy

Modern British & Contemporary Art

The very best affordable British Art including Northern, Cornish, Modern & Contemporary Art. From Originals & Prints to Sculptures & Photography

Stand By Me- Best movie ever! Starring River Phoenix, Corey Feldman, Wil Wheaton, and Jerry O'Connell- as Vern did you know that? 80s Movies, Great Movies, Movie Tv, Awesome Movies, Awesome Stuff, Charlie Chaplin, Stand By Me, Movies Showing, Movies And Tv Shows

Movie Review – Stand By Me

You remember that Bryan Adams song, Summer of '69? The fond remembrance of your childhood, the rose-coloured tint of historical inaccuracy seeping into the memories of your youth? Friends you had, and lost? Before, of course, finding them again on Facebook? Imagine a movie that could take you back