Fingers in the Sparkle Jar : A Memoir
by Chris Packham
Editor: Ebury Publishing
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Voted Favourite of the UK to the Nature of the Book, The Memories that inspired Chris Packham of the BBC documentary, Asperger’s Syndrome and Me at Every Minute was magical, every thing he did was fascinating and everything that was just as wonderful, and sitting there, with a Kestrel falcon, a real Kestrel, my real life, a real Kestrel.I felt as if I had climbed through a hole in the sky of the fence.An introverted, unusual young boy, isolated by his obsessions and lonely, at school, Chris Packham only felt comfortable in the fields and woods that surround his suburban home.But when he stole a young Kestrel falcon from his nest, he was about to embark on a friendship that would teach him what love meant and would change forever.In his rich, lyrical and emotionally showcasing memory, Chris brings to the life of his childhood in the 70’s, his bedroom breaking with the fox, skulls, bird eggs and sweat of jam jars, his wild adventures.But the omnipresence of its history is the search for freedom, meaning and acceptance in a world that has not understood it.Magnificently forged, this memory coming-of-age will be different from anything you’ve ever read.
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