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My True Story: Can I Come Home, Please?

by Phil Robins (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 9 - 12 years

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Product Description

A haunting collection of voices from the Second World War, which shows what it was like to be a child during modern history’s most destructive conflict. Based on taped interviews from the Imperial War Museum, these true-life accounts tell stories of the war from several perspectives and places. Evacuees, Holocaust survivors, Blitz survivors and German children all tell their own unique and moving stories, illustrated with vivid photographs and a historical timeline. Describing a world-shattering conflict through the eyes of real witnesses, this is a rare and moving opportunity to see the war as children who lived through it did.

Product Details

Series

My True Story

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407109039

Date published

March 2nd, 2009

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  • 272 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

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Author/Illustrator

Phil Robins

Phil Robins has a PhD in English Literature and has studied for an MA in Ancient History. He is the author of Dead Famous: Joan of Arc and Under Fire: Children of the Second World War Tell Their Stories for Scholastic and is currently a freelance writer and editor.

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    AngelofDeath
    on 8 March 2014

    A heart rending tale

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    Catherine0703
    on 6 March 2014

    This book is an excellent read sad but worth reading. Definitely not a waste of time.

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    Paradise56
    on 6 March 2013

    a very sad true story good book

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    CookieM
    on 4 March 2013

    A very sad collection of stories. It made me realise how lucky i am not to have lived through such an awful time period

    5out of 5
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    mutemath4ever
    on 6 March 2012

    This book is made up of people’s memories of the second world war. It has loads of pictures and is very informative and gives you a broad selection – everything from the holocaust survivors to the blitz casualties – Great read but for ages 12+

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    indigobeam
    on 5 March 2012

    No book will move you more than this one. Incredible, passionate and emotional, this book will warm your heart forever.

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    hockeycrazy999
    on 12 July 2009

    I enjoyed this book because it was the tales of all different people who had different fates in wartime Britain.

    5out of 5
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    beastquestboy
    on 8 March 2009

    worse

    1out of 5