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044: September 1995

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Don't Shout at the Guns

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Book Review by Fiona Bratherton. This is Laurence Harris's third children's book, being a sequel to Jackie was a Hero, in which we met Polly and Tommy Metherson who owned a camcorder which allowed them to travel through time. This time they again meet American Second World War veteran Hank Jenson with his two grandchildren. The five of them go to …


The Train Now Standing in No Man's Land

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Book Review by Gill Jefferson. Larry Harris has produced another entertaining and exciting story for our younger generation to enjoy. The book involves the same two children as before, who travel back in time to various theatres of the Great War. Here the reader arrives in Ypres in 1915, where a train and its driver have been requisitioned recruit…


Jackie Was a Hero by Lawrence Harris

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1996  Paperback, 147 pp. £6.99 incl. postage from The Cartoon Cave P.O.Box 9138 London W3 7WQ. ISBN 0 9526834 0 7 [This review first appeared in Stand To! No.47 September 1996]  Aimed at young people aged 10-15, this story of a journey back in time by two schoolchildren visiting Picardy brings an extra depth to National Curriculum studies of…