The story of a family living beside a small, crystal clear stream, but the beauty of this remote valley is under threat, putting their whole way of life at risk. It is a tale of the countryside and a love of all things natural, of adventure and some danger but no crime or violence. Someone once said "There is nowt so strange as folk" - very true, it provides humour as holiday makers in their caravans and tents visit and stay a while. A little deviousness creeps in, ingenuity in finding solutions and romance too, for altlhough this book very much includes the growing children and their mischief, it is also a little naughty in places in a more adult way!" You will love the buzzard, it''s real, and actuallly does perch on people's heads! Ouch!
Used availability for Gordon Channer's A Buzzard to Lunch
January 2000 : UK Paperback