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My Friend the Enemy, Paperback / softback Book

My Friend the Enemy Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback

Description

A captivating World War II story with a high-stakes ending that explores the moral dilemma of helping the enemy. 'This is an intense, thought-provoking, and deeply satisfying read.' TEACH SECONDARY 'This book grabbed me from page one' HISTORICAL NOVEL SOCIETY 'Filled with action and tense situations, this story wil lkeep readers engaged from its explosive beginning to its dramatic ending' TEACH PRIMARY Summer, 1941. For Peter, the war is a long way away, being fought by a faceless enemy, marching across places he's never seen.

Until the night it comes to him. A German plane is shot down over the woods that his Dad looked after, before he went off to fight.

Peter rushes to the crash site to find something exciting to keep.

But what he finds instead is someone: a young and injured German airman.

The enemy. Here. And in trouble. Suddenly, helping him seems like the right thing to do ... An excitign and thought-provoking World War II adventure for ages 9-12, reissued with a gorgeous new cover by Jill Calder. Shades of Michael Morpurgo, Michelle Magorian and Robert Westall.

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