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Voyage of the Yellow Submarine By Tuna Cole
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Life in a 60's commune in Eugene, Oregon.
oasis & the twisted wheel By david prestbury
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AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL POETRY (WELL ILLUSTRATED) SET IN 1960'S MANCHESTER, ENGLAND. OF THE STREET LIFE & THE VIBRANT SIXTIES MUSIC & CLUB SCENE - DRAWN FROM TRUE LIFE EXPERIENCES, OBSERVATIONS... More > & 'SEX'SATIONS< Less
oasis & the twisted wheel By david prestbury
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AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL POETRY (WELL ILLUSTRATED) SET IN 1960'S MANCHESTER, ENGLAND. OF THE STREET LIFE & THE VIBRANT SIXTIES MUSIC & CLUB SCENE - DRAWN FROM TRUE LIFE EXPERIENCES, OBSERVATIONS... More > & 'SEX'SATIONS< Less
From Greyscale to Technicolor By Pauline Golds
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Growing up in Portslade, (near Brighton) East Sussex in the 1960s, my childhood was very different to that of my grandchildren. In this book I have tried to give an insight into those days of coal... More > fires, rag 'n bone men and black and white television. As far as possible I have endeavoured to avoid using rose coloured spectacles, although memory has a funny way of recalling the good and blocking out the not so good.< Less
From Greyscale to Technicolor By Pauline Golds
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Growing up in Portslade, (near Brighton) East Sussex in the 1960s, my childhood was very different to that of my grandchildren. In this book I have tried to give an insight into those days of coal... More > fires, rag 'n' bone men and black and white television. As far as possible I have endeavoured to avoid using rose tinted spectacles, although memory has a funny way of recalling the good and blocking out the not so good.< Less
From Greyscale to Technicolor By Pauline Golds
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Growing up in Portslade, (near Brighton) East Sussex in the 1960s, my childhood was very different to that of my grandchildren. In this book I have tried to give an insight into those days of coal... More > fires, rag 'n bone men and black and white television. As far as possible I have endeavoured to avoid using rose coloured spectacles, although memory has a funny way of recalling the good and blocking out the not so good.< Less
Search for Lost Time By Peter J. Garcia
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Peter Garcia writes a remembrance of growing up in Covington, Louisiana. He takes the reader on a memory walk through the neighborhood of his childhood and the rooms of his home. His transcendent... More > prose carries the reader beyond the ordinary descriptions of a house and a town to the particular places of his youth. He successfully captures the Covington of the 1960s and the rambling wooden home that sheltered his family. His neighborhood comes alive again as he depicts its peculiar characters, colorful eccentrics, and the scads of children of large families who spent days outside—playing and yelling and running.< Less
Mules in the Mission House By Judy Wright
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A jolly canter through four amazing years which the author spent in North Africa in the 1960’s. In her time there Judy worked with the poorest people who had nothing but an animal with which to... More > scrape a living. In a matter-of-fact style, the author takes us through the ups and downs of daily life, often in the most remote of places. In the course of her narrative she skilfully recaptures the characters and times from what is now a bygone age. And threaded throughout her story are the animals she nursed back to health or saved from a pitiful life. “How I had loved my few years in North Africa. How I loved the people and how much I’d learned from them all. It was the most incredible experience that I wouldn’t have missed for the World!”< Less
Growing Up, Upstate-Memories of the 60's & 70's (with new author notes) By Steve Newvine
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True stories about growing up in the small upstate New York village of Port Leyden in the 1960's and 1970's. Family, friends, and adults who made a difference cross through this memoir of a young... More > boy experiencing life during a unique time in our country's history.< Less
The Boy from Nowhere Street By David Meah
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When young David is born on a cold January winters day, a tragic accident leaves him parentless and alone; he steps into a series of life events that peak through to the extremes, celebrating the... More > highs and sharing the lows as he grows to adolescence. We join in with the trials of making friends, and the tribulation of losing them. From newborn to a teenager, his journey through life is an emotional roller-coaster adventure. We witness the very raw feelings of individuality due to his skin colour in a predominantly white suburb of Leeds (England) during the 1960’s and 1970’s, and the difficulties that can be caused by simple-mindedness and an old way of thinking. “The Boy from Nowhere Street” puts the reader into the heart of the action, almost as a friend of David’. Watching the events unfold as they happen? giving this an authentic feeling and a gritty truth that can be both uplifting and sometimes difficult to handle.< Less