At the age of ten, Rowena Farre left the security of her parents' home in India and was sent to live with her aunt on a remote croft in Scotland. During her stay, she drew strength from the isolation of her new life, gaining an understanding of nature and a sense of identity. She was inspired to write "Seal Morning", the story of her unusual childhood and close friendships with a talented seal, two mischievous squirrels, a beautiful red deer and a host of other wild animals. Full of folklore and ancient wisdom, this enchanting story will appeal to all ages.
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Rowena Farre was born in India, where she spent the early years of her life. She later moved to Scotland to live with her aunt, travelled around Britain with gypsies and undertook a spiritual journey to the Himalayas. 'Seal Morning' was her first autobiographical work, followed by 'A Time From the World' and 'The Beckoning Land'. She died aged 57 in 1979.
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Book Description Alpha Book Dist, 1988. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0099225506