A number of carefully chosen titles are available from our website at a discounted price. Offers end on the 31st of August! Book of the Month: Adolf Keller: Ecumenist, World Citizen, Philanthropist By Marianne Jehle-Wildberger A rigorously researched biography of the celebrated Swiss theologian, one of the leading lights of the ecumenical movement in the early… Continue reading August Special Offers!
A number of choice titles are available from our website at a discounted price. Don’t miss this opportunity, the offers will end on the 31st of July! Book of the Month: Andrew Young: Priest, Poet and Naturalist By Richard Ormrod A literary biography of the priest and poet Andrew Young, establishing him amongst the greats of… Continue reading July Special Offers!
A number of choice titles are available from our website at a discounted price. Don’t miss this opportunity, the offers will end on the 30th of June! Book of the Month: Charlotte Mason:Hidden Heritage and Educational Influence By Margaret A. Coombs The definitive biography of the Victorian educator Charlotte Mason, revealing new information about her… Continue reading June Special Offers!
Mary Sumner: Mission, Education and Motherhood: Thinking a Life with Bourdieu By Sue Anderson-Faithful ISBN: 9780718894948 The Book: Founder and President of the Mothers’ Union, one of the first and largest women’s associations, Mary Sumner (1828–1921) was an influential educator and a force to be reckoned with in the Church of England of the late… Continue reading Now available: ‘Mary Sumner’ by Sue Anderson-Faithful
2017 was a great year for The Lutterworth Press. It was a year of decorative designs, religious reflections and Lakeland larks, and this year promises to bring a similarly eclectic range of fabulous new titles. And as we all settle into the new year, what better time than now to look towards the months ahead?… Continue reading A New Year of Exciting Titles from The Lutterworth Press
Following up with Margaret Coombs after the publication of her book, Charlotte Mason: Hidden Heritage and Educational Influence, we were able to catch up with Margaret Coombs to learn more about her, her book and her future projects! 1. What inspired you to write Charlotte Mason: Hidden Heritage and Educational Influence? Well, it happened by… Continue reading Meet the Author: Our Q&A with Margaret Coombs
The Church of England and the First World War by Alan Wilkinson ISBN: 9780718893217 “…The spiritual effect, Wilkinson puts forward, reflected the experience of the people of Israel whilst in exile in Babylon. The experience led to them to ask penetrating spiritual questions about what they believed about life as well as being a catalyst… Continue reading Review! ‘The Church of England and the First World War’
How Did Long John Silver Lose his Leg? And Twenty-Six Other Mysteries of Children’s Literature by Dennis Butts and Peter Hunt ISBN: 9780718893101 “…Avoiding any of those over-ingenious reinterpretation common among Sherlock Holmes fans, Butts and Hunt concentrate instead on odd facts and unusual queries… We need more books about children’s literature written with the same… Continue reading Review! ‘How Did Long John Silver Lose his Leg?’
Swimming with Dr Johnson and Mrs Thrale Health and exercise in Eighteenth-Century England by Julia Allen ISBN: 9780718892760 “…let yourself be pulled out of the present,… and enjoy the pleasure of lingering amidst the images and poetic thoughts provided by the characters”. Diana Garrist, British Journal for the History of Science Issue 2, Volume… Continue reading Review! ‘Swimming with Dr Johnson and Mrs Thrale’
How Did Long John Silver Lose his Leg? And Twenty-Six Other Mysteries of Children’s Literature by Dennis Butts and Peter Hunt ISBN: 9780718893101 “… Hunt suggests either that the sacrifice of Bobbie’s character to the dramatic moment is justified – and/or that the emotional dynamics of the best seller mean that we willingly suspend our disbelief.… Continue reading Review! ‘How Did Long John Silver Lose his Leg?’