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Nobby's Diary

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London, Dec. 1985. Newspapers are changing. New technology and increased competition are transforming the industry. Metropolitan newspapers are moving from Fleet Street's narrow alleyways to modern industrial complexes on the edge of town.
For Nobby and his down-and-out friends, this is a real threat. Newspapers mean warmth and life. At night, as the next day's editions are
Published September 16th 2019 by BookBaby
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Jan 13, 2020 rated it liked it
Spencer, a 10-year-old, and Nobby become fast friends after he finds the latter in his shed one day. In their conversation, Nobby honestly explains his situation to Spencer and introduces the kid to his friends.

Nobby is a senile homeless man who has lived in the alleyways along with his friends. These people, when the temperature dropped, have depended on the warmth which the newspaper printing machines generated when the paper went for printing. However, presently, these newspaper businesses
Feb 05, 2020 rated it really liked it
I was asked by Lovereading, to review this book.

I am well aware of homeless people in Britain and donate to Shelter as you can see the plight of homelessness has gone on too long. I have come across book such as a Street Cat Named Bob which concerned homeless people but to be honest I am not sure just how many are out there.

London 35 years ago the newspaper industry is changing and moving out of the famous Fleet Street area. Tradition is ending, but what about the people who relied on the
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