Fishing Cats of Fort d’Auvergne (and Other Tales) is an evocative collection of true stories about a young boy growing up in a hotel on the holiday Island of Jersey, Channel Islands, in the 1950s and 1960s. That boy was David Cabeldu, who was the founder of SOS Jersey; earlier this year he was awarded an MBE in recognition of his important work.
Softback version now available
Following good sales of the eBook of Fishing Cats of Fort d’Auvergne (and Other Tales), we had many requests for a printed version, so Dave has had a batch printed in the UK for delivery by Liberation Day. Pre-orders have nearly spoken for these and he will only have a few available, so he has arranged a further print run for delivery 2 weeks later.
If you would like to pre-order a copy, the details are on the purchase page at the website www.fishingcats.co.uk or you can click the button on this page.
If you would prefer to send a cheque and arrange delivery, just email Dave at davecabeldu@gmail com
About the book
The book is soft back, perfect bound, 185 pages with 120 photographs printed on high quality silk paper. Many photos have never been seen before and there are many more than in the ‘first edition’. Photos range from Temps Passé through to the 1970s, but also include modern day photos that have kindly been contributed by several gifted local photographers.
In addition, there is a contribution by Jersey born Jersey Reed, acclaimed poet, biographer and performing artist with over 60 published books. Jeremy was my childhood ‘fishing friend’ on the beach in the early years of the book. He has written a review and is very pleased to be involved.
Full details and galleries can be found at www.fishingcats.co.uk