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Memories of Childhood - Foreman, Michael
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: ANOVA BOOKS, 191 Seiten, L=259mm, B=193mm, H=23mm, Gew.=975gr, [GR: 12500 - HC/Kinder-/Jugendromane u. -erzählungen], [SW: - Children's Books / Young Adult Misc. Nonfiction], Gebunden, Klappentext: Contains two books in one volume: "War Boy" and "After The War Was Over". "Perfectly illustrated, this novel ("War Boy") is written with great clarity and is sentimental without resorting to mawkishness" Tony Bradman, "The Daily Telegraph". When they were first published more than a decade ago, both" War Boy" and "After the War Was Over" were met with huge acclaim, with "War Boy" winning Britain's prestigious Kate Greenaway Medal. Now for the first time, these two remarkable books are brought together in a limited-edition volume. In "War Boy, " Michael Foreman looks back on his own wartime childhood in an English coastal village and at life on the front line of battle. Written and illustrated with the same simplicity and gentle humor, "After the War Was Over" shows us that same village from 1945 onwards, when victory bonfires burned, and where bombsites were turned into playgrounds for the children of peacetime. Such a memorable picture of life in the 1940s and 1950s will have a poignancy for earlier generations while captivating and informing the imaginations of children today.

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Memories of Childhood. The Classic Stories. WAR BOY and AFTER THE WAR WAS OVER. - Foreman, Michael.
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[EAN: 9781862054080], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: London, United Kingdom: Pavilion Books Unlimited, (c.2000) First edition. Limited edition. Signed edition.], WORLD WAR 1939 1945- JUVENILE; BRITISH AUTHOR; II STORIES, FROM A VIEWPOINT; YOUNG ADULT LITERATURE; SIGNED COPY; LIMITED EDITION. STORIES, Jacket, Oblong hardcover, with dust jacket. X-LIBRARY. The dust jacket is taped to the covers, hence, tape marks. A few library marks, but still, a very nice copy. A sticker on the dust jacket says the book is numbered and signed by the Artist, Michael Foreman, who is also the author. There is a book plate on the back of the half title page which says this is number 1098 of 5000. The book is a reprint of his two earlier war stories, WAR BOY and AFTER THE WAR WAS OVER. Beautifully illustrated in color. A delightful book. 191 pages. Limited edition.

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: ANOVA BOOKS], When they were first published more than a decade ago, both" War Boy" and "After the War Was Over" were met with huge acclaim, with "War Boy" winning Britain's prestigious Kate Greenaway Medal. Now for the first time, these two remarkable books are brought together in a limited-edition volume. In "War Boy, " Michael Foreman looks back on his own wartime childhood in an English coastal village and at life on the front line of battle. Written and illustrated with the same simplicity and gentle humor, "After the War Was Over" shows us that same village from 1945 onwards, when victory bonfires burned, and where bombsites were turned into playgrounds for the children of peacetime. Such a memorable picture of life in the 1940s and 1950s will have a poignancy for earlier generations while captivating and informing the imaginations of children today. Versandfertig in 6-10 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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Memories of Childhood
Author:

Foreman, Michael

Title:

Memories of Childhood

ISBN:

9781862054080

When they were first published more than a decade ago, both" War Boy" and "After the War Was Over" were met with huge acclaim, with "War Boy" winning Britain's prestigious Kate Greenaway Medal. Now for the first time, these two remarkable books are brought together in a limited-edition volume. In "War Boy, " Michael Foreman looks back on his own wartime childhood in an English coastal village and at life on the front line of battle. Written and illustrated with the same simplicity and gentle humor, "After the War Was Over" shows us that same village from 1945 onwards, when victory bonfires burned, and where bombsites were turned into playgrounds for the children of peacetime. Such a memorable picture of life in the 1940s and 1950s will have a poignancy for earlier generations while captivating and informing the imaginations of children today.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781862054080
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1862054088
Hardcover
Publishing year: 2000
Publisher: ANOVA BOOKS
191 Pages
Weight: 0,975 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781862054080

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1-86205-408-8, 978-1-86205-408-0

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