Publication Date: 9 September 2010
A&C Black Publishers
36 Soho Square, London, W1D 3QY
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Victory to friendship in tale of two countries at war
To be published on the 70th anniversary of the start of the Autumn 1940 Blitz
Set in the three months up to the Sheffield Blitz on 12 December 1940, Terry Deary's novel explores friendship, loyalty and the unexpected connections that shape the destinies of young people caught up in war.
The creator of the Horrible Histories weaves his extensive knowledge of the reality of war into an exciting and often funny thriller for seven to thirteen-year-olds, which links the fates of children in Sheffield and Dachau.
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