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Postcards from No Man's Land Award-winning

by Aidan Chambers (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 9+ years

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War, love, betrayal: a coming-of-age classic. The world might change, but growing up doesn’t. (It’s always tough.) Jacob is seventeen and abroad on his own for the first time in Holland. He’s meant to be visiting his grandpa’s war grave. But from the moment he arrives in Amsterdam, he’s in culture shock. The raw emotion of the Anne Frank house. The bohemian girls who turn out to be boys. Most of all, the strange story told to him by Geertrui: a terminally ill old lady. Before long, Jacob must rethink everything he knows about himself and where he belongs…

  • An enduring teen classic that won the Carnegie Medal
  • A thought-provoking story of secrets, loss and discovery
  • “Seriously good and compulsively readable” – Lyn Gardiner
  • “A rich, complex story that tackles big themes” – Kirkus Reviews
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Penguin Books Ltd

Date published

August 4th, 2016

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  • 496 pages


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