THE BOY, THE MOLE, THE FOX AND THE HORSE: A REVIEW

THE BOY, THE MOLE, THE FOX AND THE HORSE: A REVIEW

If you are nearing sixty in age, to behave like a child is a real problem, but if you behave child-like, it can be a marvel. My first impressions of reading this book was that it was written by a teenager sharing his reflections on how he would like the world to be on growing up. It escaped my attention that the accompanying sketches in the book might, however, be too refined for even a child prodigy to draw. So, I was pleasantly surprised, on checking, that author Charlie Mackesy had left his teenage years some four decades ago...