November’s issue (number 26) contains two books, both of which are products of collaborations:
A London Childhood 1926-1939 by Henry Long is the third of our collaborations with The Museum of Soho. It is a moving account of growing up in relative poverty in Soho in the 1920s and 30s, ending with the mass evacuation of children as World War Two began.
Also included is Lewisham People’s Patchwork by Lewisham Library and Information Service, the first book in our collaboration with the LibraryPress project, and the first of the books created as a result of the bookleteer Masterclass run in September. It describes a patchwork storytelling project run by the community engagement team at Deptford Lounge this year.
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