Nigel Rides Away

Nigel doesn’t get on with his cousin Alastair, and he is delighted when he manages to escape him, and go camping with Hamish and Fiona.

Publishing history
Evans, London,1960, illus Violet Morgan, cover uncredited. 192 pp.

Nigel doesn’t get on with his cousin Alastair, and he is delighted when he manages to escape him, and go camping with Hamish and Fiona. In order to get away, he has to pretend that he is going straight to his grandmother (with whom he should be spending the whole of his holiday) and there are some anxious moments at the railway station when his aunt and Alastair turn up to meet some friends of their own. Then there is plenty of holiday adventure when he’s out with Hamish and Fiona, and in the end, Nigel is allowed to live with his grandmother.

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kathleen Mackenzie