The story of George Rotherham, a tough little man who lived through many hard experiences, including the Gallipoli campaign in World War One.

Despite his lack of formal education he became a farmer, churchman, community leader and unpaid social worker. George was also a great storyteller and humourist.

Nearly forty years after his death, his stories and stories of his life are still recounted by Jim Rotherham, the youngest of George’s ten children. Jim is best known as the author of books capturing rural humour, such as No Bull Prize.

Hori Kopaki

SKU: sku_53df54b0c258c_1407145136
  • Author: Jim Rotherham
    15.24 x 22.86 cm (6” x 9” )
    Black & White on White paper
    151 pages
    Publisher; Jamesfield Publishing
    ISBN: 978-0-473-27990-5
    RRP: $29.95
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