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Romany on the Fells By Phil Shelley, Leonard Hollands
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Nature book for older children and adults. In the style of the 'Out with Romany' books.
Walks with Romany By G Bramwell Evens
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Nature walks. Birds and animals. Wildlife through the eyes of Romany of the BBC. The lost Romany book.
The Romany Oracle By Gail Kavanagh
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The Romany Oracle is an ancient method of fortune telling. The oracle answers a question using one of a set of brightly coloured cards - the answers are instructive, wise and sometimes just a bit... More > cheeky!This set has been specially designed by Gail Kavanagh, drawing on her own traveller background.< Less
The Romany Rye By George Borrow
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The Romany Rye In this work, published in two volumes in 1857, George Borrow continued the "kind of biography in the Robinson Crusoe style" which he had begun in the three volumes of... More > "Lavengro," issued six years earlier. "Romany Rye" is described as a sequel to "Lavengro," and takes up that story with the author and his friend Isopel Berners encamped side by side in the Mumpers' Dingle, whither the gipsies, Mr. and Mrs. Petulengro and their relations, shortly afterwards arrive. The book consists of a succession of episodes, without plot, the sole connecting thread being Borrow's personality as figuring in them. Much of the "Romany Rye" was written at Oulton Broad, where, after his marriage in 1840, Borrow lived until he removed to Hereford Square, Brompton. At Oulton, it is worthy of record, gipsies were allowed to pitch their tents, the author of "Romany Rye" and "Lavengro" mingling freely with them. As a novel, the "Romany Rye" is preferred by many readers to any of Borrow's other works.< Less
The Shadowland of Romani By Moyra-Ann Radford
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The comet was gone and the team began to hope for a life ever more peaceful back home at the mill. But the shadowlands remained. Ben thought long and hard about the possibility that one day,... More > through their efforts, these places too could be destroyed and Romani could once more live in the light. That day was now. And so, for a second time the small group prepared to take on the might of the heavens. But what was it that lay hidden within the shadows? By their actions what had they disturbed? Beneath the surface all was not still. From the caverns way down in the deep there came echoes and movement. Would the ending of the dark be a cause for good … or would it bring down turmoil upon them?< Less
The Stones Of Romani By Moyra-Ann Radford
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In a sleepy village on the outskirts of Truro, he watched as the smoke curled lazily around the circle of stones. The pathway was in place, his task was complete. Two worlds were joined, and he could... More > welcome his people to this land once again. Earth, a place of unbroken light and mellow warmth, ever safe from Destruction and invading darkness. On one day of each year, the solstice day, would Romani tread the glittering starpath, given to them by the Ellalords in the beginning of days. Sanctuary there was here, from the devastation wrought when, from the vast, cold void came a comet of dazzling proportions, razing all in its path, and dragging foul shadow in its wake. One alone remained in this place to open the starpath and allow his people the salvation this world promised. Tolayr was his name. He grew to love this land. And, of course…..there was Molly.< Less
El Ensambe Andino: Score Book By Nahuel Romani
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Score book. 20 transcripts of scores of Andean music repertoire for flute, sicus, charango and instrument cluster. Transcriptions of original recordings for solo instrument and group arrangements.
Songs of the Romani Road By Linda Marshall
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These poems are written by a Romani woman and reflect both her own life and, more importantly, the life and history of her people.
Songs of the Romani Road By Linda Marshall
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These poems are written by a Romani woman and reflect both her own life and, more importantly, the life and history of her people.
Romany in the Lanes - Commemorative Edition By Phil Shelley
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This nature book by PHIL SHELLEY is generously illustrated in black and white by wildlife artist R LEONARD HOLLANDS. It grows from a fondly remembered series of books by the Methodist minister... More > naturalist broadcaster, George Bramwell Evens, known as ROMANY (he was part gypsy). Now, "Romany of the BBC" is back with us, 50 years on. Based in his gypsy caravan, he takes us around the countryside opening our eyes to the marvels of nature. A book for older children and adults alike. As TERRY WAITE says in his Foreword, it is to be hoped that, through this book, many "will be encouraged to take a greater interest in the preservation and development of the natural world." This commemorative edition, with new cover design and additional introductory material and photographs, is dedicated to the memory of George Swalwell who accompanies Romany in this book. George was the real-life inspiration for 'Tim' in the original 'Out with Romany' books.< Less