The Other Side of Nowhere by Tarella Quin


If you ever see a hollow log with a green bracken frond bending over the opening, and a bed of wild spring violets creeping up into the decayed bark, you may be pretty well sure there’ll be a Brownie hiding inside.

You won’t find an Impshi until the wild, weird, beautiful autumn days are closing in. Watch for a madcap whirl of dead leaves on a hillside and a bending and swaying of the red-gold bracken. It could be the Impshis playing there.

But, if you’ve never encountered any of these, or other fairy folk, then come with Tarella Quin and Ida Rentoul Outhwaite back to the days when the little people could be more clearly seen and captured in story and illustration.

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A hard cover edition with pale peach boards, white lettering and unclipped, illustrated dust cover. Illustrated by Ida Rentoul Outhwaite. The dust cover has a tear on the the front flap fold section. There is fading to the spine of the dust jacket and some wear and rubbing to the edges of the dust cover. There is a stain to the top edge of the front board. There is some minor toning but the text and black and white illustrations are clear and legible. Now in a clear, removable cover to protect from damage.

Publisher: Angus and Robertson Publishers, Australia.

Publication Date: 1983.

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Weight 0.780 kg
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