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By: George Radley

The Therapeutic Charity Shop

Pages: 122 Ratings: 4.7
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Greg had experienced a lot of personal problems in recent months, but he soon forgot about them when he met all the quirky characters at his local charity shop.
George Radley was born in Dudley and brought up in Smethwick, where he has lived most of his life. He has worked as a Quality Control Inspector for most of his working life at numerous factories. Three years ago, he became a volunteer at his local RSPCA Charity Shop, where he edits a newsletter. His other interests include reading, sport, music and walking.
Customer Reviews
4.7
16 reviews
16 reviews
  • David Rose

    I managed to read this amusing and informative Story about working in a Charity Shop in just 2 days.
    It is entertainingly written and enlightens one on the running and daily events of working in a Charity Shop.
    The various staff and customers make for an amusing and sometimes eventful storyline.
    I rated it 9/10.

  • Sue Johnson

    A funny and enjoyable read I would recommend it to family and friends.

  • SANDY

    This is a great book, wonderful to read if you have an interest in charity shops or have worked in a charity shop. Also if you have an interest in the Smethwick area.
    Funny and keeps you hooked. Great book.

  • Brian Yates

    Excellent book. Good insight into how a charity shop works and all the good work they do.
    Eagerly awaiting a follow-up.

  • Mark Lewis

    A very topical book for these times. It deals with themes such as vegetarianism, the environment, recycling, animals in captivity and all the good work that charity shops do. The book is also very funny and entertaining.

  • Mrs Ivy Joyce Rose

    I was recently given a Copy of this fascinating book and enjoyed reading it immensely. I felt transported into the World of Birmingham and surrounding areas, and the Life of a Charity Shop. Many of us peruse in Charity Shops and appreciate how many different things they sell for Very reasonable prices, and this book explains very well and amusingly what really is involved from day to day.

  • Ruby

    Loved reading this book, it's very witty. The writer highlights the important role that charity shops play, benefiting both people and our environment. A really enjoyable read if you love animals too. Highly recommended!

  • Lucy Ann

    A very enjoyable read. It was interesting finding out what happens behind the scenes of a charity shop much more than I thought!

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