Emma Marriott

I Should Know That: Great Britain

Emma Marriott is a freelance writer and editor whose previous works for Michael O'Mara Books include I Used to Know That: History, Bad History: How We Got the Past Wrong and The History of the World in Bite-sized Chunks.
193 printed pages
Publication year
2015
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Quotes

    Jovani González Hernándezhas quoted3 months ago
    ‘I love England, especially the food. There’s nothing I like more than a lovely bowl of pasta’.
    NAOMI CAMPBELL, 2006.
    Jovani González Hernándezhas quoted3 months ago
    MAN’S BEST FRIEND

    A survey conducted in the late 1990s found that 60 per cent of dog owners in the UK preferred the company of their dog to that of their spouse.
    Jovani González Hernándezhas quoted3 months ago
    Public rights of way are usually accompanied by signs and symbols: a yellow arrow indicates a public footpath open to walkers only and a blue arrow indicates a bridleway, which are open to walkers, cyclists and horse-riders. An acorn identifies one of fifteen long-distance routes in England and Wales, which provide outstanding walking, cycling and horse-riding routes

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