Pebble on the Beach
"Back in the 1950s and 60s what the man in the white coat said, stood …" Pebble on the Beach is the true story of one boy’s ability to survive. Growing up in Brighton, England, Tony was subjected to a childhood of physical and mental abuse - including electric shock treatment at the age of ten - abandoned by his family at fifteen, and sent to Australia to fend for himself. Unable to settle, wandering from place to place, he plotted his return to England, but an ill-fated attempt to stow away led to imprisonment in New Zealand and his eventual deportation. Having visited four continents, survived four brushes with death and a journey of 30,000 miles, he arrived back in England profoundly changed – but were things at home any different? To find our more about Tony and this book visit his website.
| ||1st Edition|
|Team||Rosemary Allix, Carina Barnett, Bec Chalkley, Katy Evans, Jane Flockhart, Paul Gronland, Victoria Hepburn, Linda Verrall|
|Published||23 October 2006|