21st century historical fiction

This was the year that I entered the 21st century. Yes, OK I was 12 years late. However, do bear in mind that I started the millennium as a new mum and it has taken me this long to emerge from the fog of parenthood and notice that televisions now have flat screens, phones are now ‘smart’ and that we ‘record’ T.V. programmes rather than ‘videoing’ them (actually I still struggle with that one!).

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Rachel Clarke
Coventry Primary English Consultant


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