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Wandering fun with Stevenson

From the dark cliffs of Caerketton, on through Edinburgh  to the great North Berwick coast, the Lothians inspired the young Robert Louis Stevenson. He used his memories of it in his first childish fiction through to his last writing in exotic Samoa where he died aged 44. It still inspires.

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And find his sparkling words and memories as fresh as ever.

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What's New!

The Fabulous Fables
Read The Winners!

Overall Winner

The Young Man and the Therapist

by CB McCall  

Stomach or Soul?

by Helen Yuretich

School Clothes

by Karis White

Each with an expert commentary by Robert-Louis Abrahamson, one of the competition judges.

          How can you resist?
      Washington Square in 1888      



A new book by RLS; well, cheating slightly! Aged 12 he wrote the first chapter of a story The Wreckers; now The Wreckers Tale. .

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