Swallows And Amazons Book Series (12 Books)

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Great Northern? by Ransome, Arthur (1982) Hardcover
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Swallows and Amazons (Godine Storyteller)
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Swallowdale
Swallowdale (September 25, 2014)
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Winter Holiday (Swallows & Amazons)
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Coot Club (Swallows and Amazons)
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We Didn't Mean to Go to Sea (Godine Storytellers)
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Secret Water [Facsimile Edition]
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The Big Six
The Big Six (August 30, 2016)
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The Picts and the Martyrs: or Not Welcome At All (Swallows and Amazons) (Paperback) - Common
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More About the Authors
Arthur Ransome
Arthur Ransome
Arthur Ransome was born in Leeds in 1884 and went to school at Rugby. He was in Russia in 1917, and witnessed the Revolution, which he reported for the Manchester Guardian.

After escaping to Scandinavia, he settled in the Lake District with his Russian wife where, in 1929, he wrote Swallows and Amazons. And so began a writing career which has produced some of the real children's treasures of all time. In 1936 he won the first ever Carnegie Medal for his book, Pigeon Post.

Ransome died in 1967. He and his wife Evgenia lie buried in the churchyard of St Paul's Church, Rusland, in the southern Lake District.



Photography (c) Arthur Ransome's Literary Executors & courtesy of the Brotherton Collection, Leeds University Library
Read more on Amazon's Arthur Ransome page