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Richard Church

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(1893 - 1972)

Richard Church

Richard Thomas Church (26 March 1893 – 4 March 1972) was an English writer, known as poet and critic; he also wrote novels and verse plays, and three well-received volumes of autobiography.



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The Bells of Rye (1960)

French marauders steal the church bells from Rye. John Finch and his friend Mark Cundy are determined to bring them back again.

Author(s): Richard Church
Illustrator(s): Michael Hubbard

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The Cave (1950)

John Walters and the members of the Tomahawk Club undertake the exploration of a cave he has discovered.

Author(s): Richard Church
Illustrator(s): Geoffrey Whittam

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Dog Toby (1958)

The search for a runaway dog nearly leads to an international incident.

Author(s): Richard Church
Illustrator(s): Laurence Irving

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Down River (1957)

John Walters and the members of the Tomahawk Club set out to explore a cave he has found.

Author(s): Richard Church
Illustrator(s): Laurence Irving

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Down River (1957)

John Walters and the members of the Tomahawk Club set out to explore a cave he has found. This is the second printing dust jacket by G.S.

Author(s): Richard Church
Illustrator(s): Unknown

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Down River (1958)

John Walters and the Tomahawk club return to explore their cave and encounter a band of smugglers.

Author(s): Richard Church
Illustrator(s): Laurence Irving

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Five Boys in a Cave (1951)

John Walters and the members of the Tomahawk Club undertake the exploration of a cave he has discovered.

Author(s): Richard Church
Illustrator(s): Doug Anderson

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A Squirrel Called Rufus (1941)

As all poets tend toward epic, Richard Church gives us the epic battle between the red squirrels and the grey.

Author(s): Richard Church
Illustrator(s): John Skeaping

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The White Doe (1969)

The story of a friendship between the squire’s son the son of a forester and a special deer.

Author(s): Richard Church
Illustrator(s): John Ward, R.A.

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