The Silver Sword Hardback
Edited by Anne Serraillier, C.Walter Hodges
Part of the New Windmills series
This title is part of a series of nine plays for children aged seven to nine.
It is intended for guided reading sessions and is in line with literacy guidance.
Each play in the series provides: easy-to-read text; colour-coded character parts for easy recognition; stage directions to introduce children to the features of play scripts; illustrations that help to bring the play and its characters to life; and background information and ideas for reading or staging the play.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 192 pages, illustrations
- Publisher: Pearson Education Limited
- Publication Date: 01/02/1970
- Category: General
- ISBN: 9780435120399
- Paperback from £5.59
- EPUB from £3.99
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Review by ayumig
At the first time, I read this book , I think this book is nonfiction story . But this book is a fairly tail. I think this book is alike the story "Lord of the ling ." You know that content is not rsemble.But the point of adventure , these resemble. If I were a actor or actress in this story , I could not endure their trouble life , so I feel I lead very happy life .But if my family broke up , I also go to anywhere to find my family . So Irespect these children very much!!
Review by wendyburrill
Another children's book which has stayed with me and again illustrates how war brings out both the very worst and the very best in people. The family of children are determined to stick together and get to family across war-torn Europe.