The Home Front by Brenda Williams
  

Synopsis

The Home Front by Brenda Williams

What was it like to live and fight during World War II? This series uses a variety of illustrations and historical resources, such as newspaper extracts to provide a perspective of World War II. It also includes timelines and 'In the News' features.

About the Author

Brenda Williams

Brenda Williams is a contributor to many well-known children’s poetry anthologies, and writes poems, action rhymes, short stories, and articles for early years magazines and books. She recently completed an A.B.C. frieze, with activities to support The National Literacy Hour Reception / Foundation stage, for ‘Practical Pre-school’ and she is the author of several teacher’s resource books.

Brenda is a former teacher and early years specialist. She is married with five grandchildren, and loves walking with her big friendly black Labrador over the Wiltshire downs.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 4-7

Author

Brenda Williams
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Publisher

Heinemann Library an imprint of Capstone Global Library Ltd
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Publication date

23rd October 2006

ISBN

9780431103846


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