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Marjorie-Ann Watts - Author

Marjorie Ann Watts trained as a painter and illustrator in the 1940s at the Chelsea School of Art, subsequently working as an art editor and typographer. She then worked as an illustrator, before beginning to write and illustrate her own books for children. She has written a novel and a guide to European painting for young people, and in 2010 CB editions published a book of short stories for adults - Are they funny, are they dead? Her father was a Punch cartoonist, her mother wrote her first book at eighty and her grandmother, Amy Dawson Scott, founded PEN - as well as writing several volumes of poetry and twenty novels. Marjorie Ann lives in London.

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Slideshow Memories of a Wartime Childhood by Marjorie-Ann Watts
Slideshow Memories of a Wartime Childhood
Marjorie-Ann Watts
Written from a child's point-of-view over a period of twenty years, Slideshow is an often funny, sometimes hair-raising account of the life and adventures of a family in pre-war and wartime London, with occasional forays to Cornwall.
Format: Hardback - Released: 30/09/2014

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