Clas­sics Never Age

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I had no idea that dat­ing eti­quette in the 1950s was so com­pli­cated. ‘The Cu­ri­ous Cus­tom of

Go­ing Steady’ looks at the del­i­cate in­tri­ca­cies of this most se­ri­ous busi­ness, and lays down the chal­lenge to think about what we trea­sure in re­la­tion­ships to­day. ELEANOR WAT­SON, CON­TRIBUT­ING EDI­TOR

I love ‘From Street Kids to

Royal Knights’ be­cause it is about be­liev­ing in your­self. It shows how self-con­fi­dence beats neg­a­tiv­ity from oth­ers and proves that no mat­ter what, or how lit­tle, is ex­pected from you by so­ci­ety, no one can dis­miss you or your abil­i­ties if you have faith in your­self. MICHAEL CRAW­FORD, DIG­I­TAL EDI­TOR

I read ‘Three Days to See’ a few months ago and it is still with me. I’ve taken up He­len Keller’s chal­lenge and I’m (very eas­ily) mar­vel­ling at the beauty in things and peo­ple I would have other­wise taken for granted. VIC­TO­RIA POLZOT, AS­SO­CIATE EDI­TOR

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