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Our Kent

5.00 out of 5

The stories, some of them already centuries old, are given new life in this book, which makes the perfect companion for the author’s Tales of Old Kent (Countryside Books) which was first published in 1986 and is still a popular purchase in bookshops. Our Kent, though, is different in that, instead of the more familiar prose, this book tells the stories in verse form. There are 80 pages containing 70 different poems that offer an easy-read introduction to some of the most enduring and endearing examples of the exceptionally rich heritage of fact and fable that is kept alive in this favoured south-east corner of England.