Category Archives: Lutterworth Press

Unsavory doings

Aircraftman Poke. By Chris Savery (see what I did there?). Lutterworth Press, London, 1958 (this printing 1963). This is one of those titles that just make me stare in disbelief when it turns up on a sale table. What on

Unsavory doings

Aircraftman Poke. By Chris Savery (see what I did there?). Lutterworth Press, London, 1958 (this printing 1963). This is one of those titles that just make me stare in disbelief when it turns up on a sale table. What on

Tell us all about it, Ted

Ted of the Mounties. By Eileen Hemming, London, Lutterworth, (1955, this copy 1966). I’m sure it’s an intriguing story.

Tell us all about it, Ted

Ted of the Mounties. By Eileen Hemming, London, Lutterworth, (1955, this copy 1966). I’m sure it’s an intriguing story.

A load of bullocks

The Steering of Stephen. By A Lang Ordon London: Lutterworth, 1954. I’m reliably informed by the foul-minded person who bought me this book* that animal behaviour enthusiasts, readers of Temple Grandin’s books, and cattle fans will be rolling about over

A load of bullocks

The Steering of Stephen. By A Lang Ordon London: Lutterworth, 1954. I’m reliably informed by the foul-minded person who bought me this book* that animal behaviour enthusiasts, readers of Temple Grandin’s books, and cattle fans will be rolling about over

It’s really quite a big one

The Farmer and the Cock. by Phyllis Groom London, Lutterworth, 1969. Actually, when you really come to look, it’s enormous! It wakes him up every morning, according to the blurb. And he thinks about it all the time. It’s from

It’s really quite a big one

The Farmer and the Cock. by Phyllis Groom London, Lutterworth, 1969. Actually, when you really come to look, it’s enormous! It wakes him up every morning, according to the blurb. And he thinks about it all the time. It’s from

Mike’s new best friend

The Sea Queen. by Constance Savery, London: Lutterworth Press, 1965. Illustrated by Cicely Steed. “Mike is on the beach picking up wood. The beautiful Sea Queen comes drifting in to his feet…” Lucky old Mike, eh? But, no, this first

Mike’s new best friend

The Sea Queen. by Constance Savery, London: Lutterworth Press, 1965. Illustrated by Cicely Steed. “Mike is on the beach picking up wood. The beautiful Sea Queen comes drifting in to his feet…” Lucky old Mike, eh? But, no, this first