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Listen with Mother Stories (Lions)

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Favourite stories from the first BBC Radio programme for children starting from 1950. Here are nearly sixty of the most outstanding tales broadcast, about animals and birds, cars and lorries, toys and friends, especially chosen by writer Dorothy Edwards for all those children who say, "Tell me a story."

Illustrations by Caroline Sharpe.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published May 1980 by Fontana (first published 1972)
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Artemis Eclectica
Nov 20, 2009 Artemis Eclectica rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: reading aloud to under 4s
Shelves: ex-libris
Some of the stories are quite OK. But literary merit ... zilch. Beatrix Potter it ain't. Very repetitive structure to some of the stories which appeals to the very small child. Best enjoyed reading aloud to that age group. Not really appealing to adults - even for nostalgia.
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For the Welsh novelist see Dorothy Edwards

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Born as Dorothy Violet Ellen Brown into a working-class family, her father taught her to read at an early age, enabling her to write her first story at four years of age. Her stories, poems and articles were published throughout her twenties, and at this time she married her husband Frank Edwards and had two children,
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