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Hannah Hauxwell - Author

Hannah Hauxwell was born in 1926. She has lived her whole life in the Dales and was the focus of the award-winning documentary TOO LONG A WINTER.

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Seasons of My Life by Hannah Hauxwell
Seasons of My Life
Hannah Hauxwell
April 2012 Non-Fiction Book of the Month. The classic and much-loved memoir by Hannah Hauxwell about life in remote Yorkshire in the 1970s. Seasons of My Life is an enduring and affectionate...
Format: Paperback - Released: 29/03/2012
Lovereading Price: £7.19

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