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A thrilling classroom play written by best-loved author Julia Donaldson. Manchester, 1939. World War Two has started, and the Chivers kids are being sent away to the countryside. But it’s not much fun, so they’re delighted when it looks as if the Germans aren’t going to invade after all. Soon the children get to come home again, and life goes back to normal. Well, except for the gas masks and ration books, of course. But then the air-raid siren goes off, and this time it’s scarily real…
- A history play by the best-loved author of The Gruffalo
- Explores KS2 history/literacy topics in a creative way
- Lots of parts – ideal for use with large or small groups
- Appealing colour pictures and handy performance notes
Running time: approximately 45 minutes.
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