A wry look at growing up in the 1950s and 1960s that is sure to guarantee a smile on every page.
The perfect present for the "baby-boomer" in your life. If you, or someone you love, remembers the sheer horror of ballroom dancing at school, the`flying wedge' football formation (one person actually kicking the ball, the rest of the team running after him) or chewing gum machines that gave an extra packet every fourth turn, then this book is for you.
Phil Whiteland is well known for his very funny insights into growing up in the 1950s and beyond, from the 'Yesterday Today' supplement and 'Bygones' column of the Derby Evening Telegraph and the 'times gone by' magazine from the Burton Mail. Other readers may recognise Philip's particular brand of humour from his articles in the online newspaper 'Mature Times'. If you're new to the world of Phil Whiteland, this book is a great place to start.