We'll see the Cuckoo is the first in an autobiographical account followed by We'll trace the Rainbow, We'll buy another on Monday and the latest, We'll blow with the wind. This is a saga of a warm and loving family struggling to survive the extreme hardships of farming in the Yorkshire Dales. Every challenge is met with determination and humour, every success with relief. It is a story of Currer Laithe Farm, of a village school headship, of twenty five years of camping with Yorkshire children in The Hebrides (See A Song to Sing.) and of twenty eight years of offering holiday accommodation to thousands of people from all corners of the earth.

These can be obtained from Carnegie Publishing Ltd, Lancaster LA1 4SL
A Song to Sing from Brown Ferguson, Glasgow G41 2SD
or all from Jean Brown, Currer Laithe Farm, Long Lee, Keighley BD21 4SL

ISBN 0 906 191 43 2
First published in 1979

ISBN 1-874181-22-5
First published in 1994

ISBN 0 9532948 0 3
First published in 1998


ISBN 1 874181 25 X
First published in 2004

ISBN 13 978-1-874181-59-0
First published in 2008