Shani Krebs didnÆt fall in with a bad crowd û he was the bad crowd. Born to Hungarian refugees in Joburg, Shani had a tough childhood. During his national service he started dabbling in drugs and it wasnÆt long before he was supplying the Joburg party scene with marijuana, LSD, mandrax and cocaine.
An autobiographical trilogy of the poet Laurie Lee (1914-1997). It describes his life in the Gloucestershire village of Slad from his earliest years until he was twenty. It tells of thin winters, fat summers, local legends and ghosts, of neighbours and relations, and of growing up against a half-pagan landscape.
How do human beings show their love? With smiles! Ingrid Marn has been travelling the world since she was a child, capturing people in diverse locations and situations, yet with so much in common. This book is a celebration of life and humanity, containing the heart-warming affirmation that we are positively and delightfully all connected.