Blitz A Wartime Girl's Diary, 1940-1941 by Vince Cross
  

Synopsis

Blitz A Wartime Girl's Diary, 1940-1941 by Vince Cross

BLITZ is a thrilling wartime tale about two siblings evacuated to Wales. It's 1940, and with London under fire Edie and her little brother are evacuated to Wales. Miles from home and missing her family, Edie is determined to be strong, but when life in the countryside proves tougher than in the capital she is torn between obeying her parents and protecting her brother...

About the Author

Vince Cross taught for a number of years before he wrote and produced million-selling cassettes of music for children. He has also written books for Picadilly Press, OUP, Macmillan and Scholastic. He lives in Northampton.

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Format

Paperback
144 pages

Author

Vince Cross
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Publication date

5th May 2008

ISBN

9781407103716


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