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Product description

What should you do when Michael Morpurgo just can’t turn out the war/animal fiction fast enough? Luckily, Sam Angus is here with a genuinely fresh and powerful take on animal heroes. Just right if you need another War Horse fix! Two world wars. Three brave animals who must find a way to survive. Meet Bones the soldier dog, Hero the horse and Hey-ho, a loyal donkey. They’ll live through some of the bleakest moments in history, inspiring their human friends (including us) along the way…

  • Poignant tales of animal heroes in World War One and Two
  • Powerful fiction that supports the school history curriculum
  • Ideal for fans of Michael Morpurgo, Megan Rix and Gill Lewis
  • Explores trench warfare, Gallipoli and home life during the Blitz
  • Soldier Dog was longlisted for the Carnegie Medal in 2013
  • Sam Angus also wrote The House on Hummingbird Island

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