The Drummer Boy That Was

Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu. In this adventure they travel back to the seventeenth century and learn about the English civil war. They meet a drummer boy called Harry who accompanies them on their adventure. They get involved in the fighting between the Round heads and the Royalists at Wigan Parish Church and make their escape through the cellars. They help transport a cannon to the Royalists in Wigan town centre and attend a ball for Prince Rupert.  They escort a Lady to safety to Brynne Hall and finally make their way through a tunnel to safety before being whisked back to the twenty first century and home once more.

Copyright: Mary Gonzalez & Joan Brickley (Standard Copyright Licence)
Published: 05 September 2011
Language:English
Pages:160
Binding:Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink:Black & white
Weight:0.28 kg
Dimensions (centimetres):15.6 wide x 23.39 tall
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5 Responses to “The Drummer Boy That Was”

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  1. Shelagh cunliffe says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book written by my friend Mary.I can recomend this story to both children and adults alike as it is steeped in Wigan history as well as a story of the children and their magic doll.Loved this book.

  2. Shelagh Cunliffe says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book The Drummer boy that was as I can relate to it as I live in the area that the book is about. It is steeped with history about Wigan and i would recommend it for children and adults alike.

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