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❮Reading❯ ➻ No Entry Author Monica Edwards – Tushna-hram.ru Romney March is the setting for Mrs Edwards's new story Tamzin and Rissa by now old friends to many readers plan to camp in the Merrows' farm for part of their summer holidays Disaster however threateOccurs to Mr Merrow all the friends are involved in a full time job running the farm and patrolling its boundaries Incidents abound and the reader is kept thoroughly involved and excited by all that goes on No Entry is right up to the high standard Mrs Edwards has already set herself and it is confidently recommended to those who enjoy first class storytelling and really life like character

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Plan to camp in the Merrows' farm for part of their summer holidays Disaster however threatens to intervene when they learn that there is foot and mouth disease in the district and the farmer is determined on complete isolation Undaunted Tamzin Rissa and their friends arrive at the farm having first discovered a way of disinfecting themselves and they are allowed to stay and when an accident

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No EntryReading No Entry Author Monica Edwards Tushna hramru Romney March is the setting for Mrs Edwards's new story Tamzin and Rissa by now old friends to many readers plan to camp in the Merrows' farm for part of their summer holidays Disaster however threate Romney March is the setting for Mrs Edwards's new story Tamzin and Rissa by now old friends to many readers

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  • Khoreutees

    No Entry Mobi ↠ Paperback Download Ô Tushnahram No EntryNot I think the best of Edwards' Romney Marsh stories but still entertaining I think part of the problem is that the plot is neither uite realistic enough to be believed nor uite implausible enough that I simply accepted it As a result I noticed the implausibilities rather than skimming over them The plot also lacks the manic delight of some of the other stories The stereotyping of the gypsies and the fact that they are the antagonists of the book also leaves a bit of a foul taste in the mouth As someone who first came across these books as a pony mad child I also have to note that this one has actually very little about the ponies in it Having said all of that it is still a fun and easy read The plot moves along nicely and has the del


  • Amanda Bhear

    No Entry Mobi ↠ Paperback Download Ô Tushnahram No EntryI loved it I love how Tamzin the rest of the group are so determined to beat the foot to mouth disease going across the marsh that they all douse themselves the little amount of baggage they bring with them in disinfectant They even douse her horse Cascade It's kind of itchy rashy but they don't want to miss their holiday at Castle Farm for anything Even though it was well known Farmer Merrow will be very upset when he finds out because it could transport the germs on to his farm It turns out it was a good thing that the kids had been there to he


  • Stephen

    No Entry Mobi ↠ Paperback Download Ô Tushnahram No EntryOne of a series of which I've read only one other Charming fun Somewhat from the same school as the Swallows and s series or E Nesbit's Bastable children books Not as funny as the latter If I hadn't ever visited Romney Marsh and didn't raise sheep I might not savor the book as much as I do As it is I commend it happily Four stars are probably too many but three are too tepid It's old fashioned good hearted YA fiction with a pervasive sense of place


  • Jen Pritchard

    No Entry Mobi ↠ Paperback Download Ô Tushnahram No EntryVery enjoyable I read this one during the corona lockdown so it was very relatable


  • Jacey

    No Entry Mobi ↠ Paperback Download Ô Tushnahram No EntryI'm a lifelong fan of Monica Edwards' Romney Marsh stories featuring Tamzin Rissa Meryon and Roger four firm friends and a range of adult characters inhabiting the little village of Westling on Romney Marsh from Tamzin's vicar father to the disreputable but charming old ferryman Jim Decks The stories always contain a mixtur