Candlewick Press (MA)
May 01, 2000
5.67 X 7.95 X 0.34 inches | 0.29 pounds
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About the Author
David Martin gained an MA in Heritage Studies and has since lived in France, Belgium and Northumberland. He wrote his thesis on memorials of the First World War and has spent twenty years researching the British Army, including five years guiding visitors around the battlefields. In this, his second book, he follows an East Lancashire territorial division during the German offensive of March 1918\. He recently edited his father, Selby Martin's, autobiography _From Communism to Community - Memoirs of a Diplomat and Teacher_ (2017). Sales of _The Death of a Division_ will aid the Royal British Legion and the LMS Patriot National Memorial Engine.
Scott Nash has illustrated more than forty children's books, and now - inspired by his childhood readings of classics like Treasure Island and Robinson Crusoe, his lifelong love of bird-watching, and an urge to take on a new challenge - he has created his most ambitious project to date, his first novel and his first foray into an entirely new and technically precise style of artwork. He lives in Peaks Island, Maine.