This Much Huxley Knows: A Story of Innocence, Misunderstandings, and Acceptance (Paperback)
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This Much Huxley Knows: A Story of Innocence, Misunderstandings, and Acceptance (Paperback)

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Paperback 224 Pages / Published: 08/07/2021
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Publisher: Black Rose Writing
ISBN: 9781684337316
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 336 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 13 mm

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“This book will capture your heart like it did mine.”

Huxley is seven years old and he doesn’t quite fit in. He sees the world in a unique way and has a delightful sense of humor that is lost on most people. He’s lonely and a bit isolated. Leonard is an older man... More

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“A delightful read”

Loved it! This delightfully poignant novel is a keen observation of childhood in today’s world. Through seven-year-old Huxley’s eyes we see the hypocrisy of adults, as well as their everyday heroism. We experience his... More

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“An uplifting read”

Huxley is a seven year old boy growing up in London & he has a unique outlook on life.
He addresses things head on & if he doesn’t like or agree with something he says so. Brexit in particular comes in for... More

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