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Holiday Diary 1962 Paperback

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Rena Gardiner

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The 1962 picture diary records Rena’s summer holiday adventures with her teacher colleagues when she worked at Bournemouth School for Girls, setting off on the 29th July and going on a fabulous road trip camping around Europe. They travel through France, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Italy, Switzerland, and back to France again before ending up back in Bournemouth on the 7th September, ready for the start of a new school year.

The original diary is painted in gouache, with some pen and ink details. This paperback edition has been lithographically printed to the same size as the original.

As Rena Gardiner was a printer and lithographer by profession, The Baguette Press have decided to print the books lithographically, rather than the cheaper option of digital printing, to keep it in line with the spirit of Rena’s work.

Please note: the photographs shown are of the original diary and not the new edition.
If you order Rena Gardiner stationery items, they will be dispatched with book in October.

Author: Rena Gardiner
Illustrator: Rena Gardiner
Publisher: The Baguette Press
Publication Date: Estimated October 2022
Edition/Impression: 1st edition
Binding: Soft cover
ISBN: t.b.c.
Size: 317 x 254 mm
Pages: 60
Language: English
Condition: New


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This book will be shipped in the UK by Royal Mail 2nd post. There is a flat shipping charge for orders under £25.00, visible on the checkout page. Dispatch will be in Early October 2022 – we’ll let you know when it’s on its way to you. See more information about shipping and returns in on the F.A.Q.s page.

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