Carrie's War-9780349009162

Carrie's War

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Author(s): Bawden, Nina, Morpurgo, Michael, Marks, Alan,
Binding: Paperback,
Date of Publication: 09/11/2017,
Pagination: 224 pages,
Series: Virago Modern Classics,
Imprint: Virago Press Ltd,
Published By: Little, Brown Book Group,
Book Classification: Classic fiction (Children's / Teenage), Interest age: from c 9 years
ISBN13\EAN\SKU: 9780349009162
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One of the most loved and enduring wartime novels, Carrie's War is a modern classic. WITH A NEW FOREWORD BY MICHAEL MORPURGO AND ILLUSTRATIONS BY ALAN MARKS.

'I did a dreadful thing, the worst thing of my life, when I was twelve and a half years old, and nothing can change it'

It is wartime and Carrie and her little brother Nick have been evacuated from their London home to the Welsh hills. In an unfamiliar place, among strangers, the children feel alone and find little comfort with the family they are billeted with: Mr Evans, a bullying shopkeeper and Auntie Lou, his kind but timid sister.

When Carrie and Nick visit Albert, another evacuee, they are welcomed into Hepzibah Green's warm kitchen. Hepzibah is rumoured to be a witch, but her cooking is delicious, her stories are enthralling and the children cannot keep away. With Albert, Hepzibah and Mister Johnny, they begin to settle into their new surroundings.

But before long, their loyalties are tested: will they be persuaded to betray their new friends?