'A mysterious air-raid shelter! A plane crash under fire! A secret operation! A noise in the attic!' The four stories featured in "Blitz" share a common theme - World War II and it's effect on the lives of ordinary people, especially children. Robert Westall's powerful writing focuses not only on the drama and danger of living in a country at war, but also captures the heady excitement and almost farcical humour of exceptional circumstances. "One of the best loved of children's writers." - "The Times".
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Robert Westall was born October 1929, in Tynemouth, England. His first book, The Machine Gunners, was published in 1975, for which he won the Carnegie Medal. Amongst many more prizes and accolades, he won the Carnegie for the second time in 1980, with The Scarecrows. He died in 1993.
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Book Description HarperCollins, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. David Frankland (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # 0006750869