George and the Flying Foxes, by Christine Hayes

Author: Christine Hayes. Review by G Gordon Steele

'George Fox was a strong, fit, energetic young man. He is likened to Greta Thunberg, Marcus Rashford and David Attenborough.' | Photo: Book cover of George and the Flying Foxes, by Christine Hayes

This little book, in twenty-nine short chapters, and with illustrations, is for Quaker teenagers. It is written in a racy style, full of conversations. Some of the characters are themselves Quaker teenagers, George in particular, but also Freddie and Rosie. From the first chapter they interact with Axl, Guy and Jonny, who are the same age as them, and who have blundered into a Quaker Meeting by chance.

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