Review: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star by Gervase Phinn

I spent many of my teenage years reading James Herriot’s books, and I found that this collection of anecdotes and poems by Gervase Phinn had a real flavour of Herriot about it. Perhaps it was just the setting, for Phinn was a school inspector in the Dales for many years, but I think he also has that knack of capturing a situation, and a character, and bringing out the humour without making the person appear ridiculous. Here he collates stories from his other books, some Christmassy and others not, and he relates them with several of his own poems interspersed between.
Read the rest of my review for The Bookbag.

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