Tag Archive: Oxfam

Secondhand Persephones are like literary gold!

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There are everyday book hauls, the ones in which you pick up a clutch of interesting titles to add to the steady accumulation of your own living incarceration in a paper carapace, and… Continue reading

‘Hold on a minute, Mummy just wants a teeny weeny peek in the Oxfam bookshop!’

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Finding ourselves in Haverfordwest with twenty minutes to spare between our trip to the library and my daughter’s football practice, I persuaded her that a quick look in the Oxfam bookshop would be… Continue reading

‘I’ll only be a second’

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That’s what I said to my children as I popped into Oxfam in Cardigan earlier this week. To be fair, the book section in the Cardigan shop is small with a Classics section… Continue reading