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    • ISBN:9781408330364
    • Publication date:03 Apr 2014

Stories of World War One

By Tony Bradman

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A must-have anthology featuring stories by award-winning, bestselling authors, to commemorate the centenary of World War One.

Tales to remember yesterday's fallen - from today's bestselling authors.

Compiled by Tony Bradman, this collection of short stories chronicles the events of World War One - imagining the conflicts and emotions of those people caught up in the war and its aftermath. With stories from Malorie Blackman, Geraldine McCaughrean and Oisin McGann, among others, this anthology will be treasured for generations.

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  • ISBN: 9781408330357
  • Publication date: 03 Apr 2014
  • Page count: 304
  • Imprint: Orchard Books
Tony Bradman has commissioned an anthology of new stories by contemporary children's writers... it's high calibre stuff... powerful. (Children's Book of the Week) — The Times
A dozen acclaimed writers... powerfully explore the experience of the trenches, the legacy of psychological damage and the contribution of those left at home. — The Sunday Times
A collection of short stories from some of the best children's writers and young people's writers in the business. Informative and emotional... respectful and somber... an excellent job of conveying the tragedy and impact of the Great War. — Thoughts About Books
Malorie Blackman, Geraldine McCaughrean and many others share their stories of soldiers, life in the trenches and the people left at home in a collection which shows the horror but also the camaraderie of war. — Sunday Express
A collection of short stories that address the first world war from a world of diverse and astute angles... painterly, and lovely, and very much worthwhile. — Did you ever stop to think
A collection of short stories from some of the best children's and young people's writers in the business... deeply personal and devastatingly unique... informative and emotional... respectful and somber... full of the type of human spirit that always seems to shine through in times of enormous trial or hardship... an excellent job on conveying the tragedy and impact of the Great War. — Thoughts About Books
Tony Bradman has gathered together a dozen of our best writers for young people... you'll be both moved and surprised, and you'll learn a great deal without ever feeling bored or lectured. Every story feels personal and heartfelt... all of them will make you think. * * * * * — Bookbag
Not to be missed. — Angels & Urchins
A labour of love... 12 stories by some of our best-loved authors... takes in the wide diversity of those who fought. — Louise Haines (The Bookcase)
A tearful, gritty and engrossing anthology... expertly compiled by Tony Bradman... if 'Stories of WW1' isn't on every public and school library bookshelf then it should be. — The Guardian
A serious book... but along with the horror and waste it is people's capacity to care for each other that remains most vividly with the reader. Well worth reading. — Armadillo Magazine
Moments of profundity... the stories frequently bring to life the disjunction between the idea of the glorious return and the reality of the dreadful mental toll the years of fighting often took. — The Daily Telegraph
The range of authors and subjects is excellent... a wide cross-section of people and perspectives which will broaden the reader's understanding of the war. — English 4-11
Each tale is unique, informative and emotional. — Carousel
A stand out. Fine stories by Tim Bowler and Malorie Blackman. — The Daily Telegraph
An invaluable read — School Librarian
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