Albert Turtle wakes up one morning and complains that he has toothache. But turtles don't have teeth, as his family gently explains to him, so it's impossible for Albert to have toothache. Or is it? T...
Sampson, Low, Son and Co., London, 1874. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Pocket Edition.The pages are generally very clean and bright, corners worn. All page ends gilded. Dark blue boards with gilded...
Albert Chevalier's Song Album No. 1. Piano, Voice. A selection of Cockney Music Hall Songs. Reynolds & Co. c. 1900. pb, stapled. The staples are rusting and there is some light soiling to the cover. I...
AdvantagesGlenn Close's superb performance, the rest of the supporting cast, subtle humour
DisadvantagesHasty ending, lack of any deep, background detail
AdvantagesNice setting, attractive building
DisadvantagesDisappointing food and too many different staff buzzing around
AdvantagesGreat collection of earlyish Ralph, thought provoking, warm
DisadvantagesMay be difficult to source