The Girl from Hard Times Hill by Emma Barnes
  

Synopsis

The Girl from Hard Times Hill by Emma Barnes

When Megan's father finally returns from Occupied Germany in the years following World War II, she should be pleased - shouldn't she? But she hardly knows her father, and his arrival means moving out of Nana's house into the city. Megan hates the changes to her life, yet when she has the opportunity to be the first member of her working-class family to go to Grammar School, it is her dad who is behind her all the way. Can Megan adapt to her new life, and take advantage of a changing Britain?

Reviews

...when the books are written, as this series is, with strong credible characters and authentic settings, children are really transported to the period and place. The Flashbacks series are relatively short reads but gripping so keen readers will devour them and be looking forward to more. -- Sarah Brew www.parentsintouch.co.uk There is plenty for contemporary young readers to identify with...This is a well written book and is an easy read... -- Deborah Mason School Librarian magazine

About the Author

Emma was born and raised in Edinburgh. As a child she was a bookworm, and especially liked historical fiction - maybe that was why she chose to study history at university. Afterwards she lived and worked in London, Colorado (USA) and Cambridge, before settling in Leeds in Yorkshire. She still likes to go to America when she can (especially to California in the winter months). She is now a full-time author and lives with her husband and daughter. Emma has won the Rotherham Children's Book Award and was shortlisted for the Branford Boase Award.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: from 9 to 11

Author

Emma Barnes
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Publisher

Publication date

5th June 2014

ISBN

9781472904430


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