Bodger, Joan. How the Heather Looks. Toronto: McClelland and
A reprint of a book first published in the 1960s by a Canadian children's
librarian who took her family to England to find the places she had come
to know through English children's books.
Bryson, Bill. Notes from a Small Island. Toronto: Doubleday
A humorous guide to English culture by an American travel writer who
lived in England for many years.
Lee, Christopher. This Sceptred Isle. London: Penguin, 1998.
A readable one-volume paperback history of England from the Roman invasion
to the death of Queen Victoria in 1901.The author weaves extracts from Winston
Churchill's A History of the English-Speaking Peoples into the text.
Toth, Susan Allen. England for All Seasons. New York, Ballantine
An affectionate look at both well-travelled and out-of-the-way parts of
England. Toth, an American writer, has also written My Love Affair with
England and England As You Like It, describing her journeys around the