Let's Go Coaching was first published in 1965. It is
now out of print.
Story | Thoughts
| Editions and Availability
Angus and Prue Garland love walking past the Victoria Coach Station.
Angus likes to spot coaches going to the furthest away places,
and Prue looks at families with luggage and tries to guess where
they are going.
Dad's youngest sister, Aunt Hattie, is getting married, and wants
Prue to be a bridesmaid and Angus to carry her train. The wedding
is to be in Liverpool, and both children are excited when Dad
decides the family will travel there by coach.
Let's Go Coaching was published by Hamish Hamilton as
a Gazelle Book - described as "very first reading for the
The characters in Let's Go Coaching are aged six and
seven, and the storyline is extremely slight - even more so than
those of Noel's other books published by Hamish Hamilton (The
Grey Family in the "Reindeer" series, and Bertram
and Old Chairs to Mend
in the "Antelope" series).
Editions and Availability
Let's Go Coaching was first published by Hamish Hamilton
in 1965, with illustrations by Peter Warner.
There does not seem to have been a US edition of Let's Go
Out of Print
Let's Go Coaching is out of print and extremely
rare. In February 2004, I have not been able to find any second
hand copies available through online booksellers.