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En LA Batalla De Inglaterra/the Other Way Round

I didn’t find John Cotmore particularly likeable but I completely understand why Anna would have been infatuated ve him. Lists with This Book. If you enjoyed “When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit” then you will find this next book equally fascinating. I wish I could sit down and talk to Ms Kerr–I’d ask how much of the story was autobiographical.

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She and her parents are living in a “hotel” ie boarding house for European refugees while her beloved brother is studying law at Cambridge. Perhaps juddith was designed intentionally by the author as well. Judith recalls the growing pains of an adolescent girl, falling in love for the first time, seeking a job and earning money and th This is the second in Judith Kerr’s autobiographical trilogy and follows when Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit.

The changing relationship between Anna and her parents is explored sensitively and poignantly and indeed painfully. Just because a man like Chamberlain appears not to be doing anything, doesn’t mean that he’s not organising it all secretly. Judith recalls the growing pains innglaterra an adolescent girl, falling in love for the first time, seeking a job and earning money and the changing relationships with her parents.

I really enjoyed reading more into Anna’s life, although this one was quite a bit sadder then the first. Honest to the times, to the place, and to human experience. A lovely sequel to When Hitler stole Pink Rabbit.


It was fascinating and batlala to read this during the current refugee crisis. A very well-written book about a teenage girl growing up during World War II. There are little details that made me stop and shiver. He seemed like a great man but not at all practical krrr my conclusion. My copy of this is titled Bombs on Aunt Dainty. He notices how I feel, what I say, whether I want to shout, whether my hands are trembling — and he says, how interesting!

Books by Judith Kerr. It was interesting to read about the Blitz, and later the Doodlebugs, from her perspective, and although I have heard many stories from my parents’ experience I learned quite a lot too. Early on in the book, Anna and her parents visit a family friend, a doctor, and Anna sees him secretly give something to Papa. In this book, she is between years old. Orinoco Womble tidy bag and all There are two different titles for the same book. It’s a very honest book.

Other books in the series. We see how she goes from living with an American family, goes to Secretary College, moves into a hotel with her inglaterrq, gets her own job and joins an Bombs on Aunt Dainty follows a teenager called Anna.

She judoth art classes, falls in love with her art teacher, and becomes My copy of this is titled Bombs on Aunt Dainty. The environment of London during the bombing raids is also credibly and atmospherically recreated.

The Other Way Round

Also, Anna seemed really immature for her age. See 1 question about The Other Way Round…. Her and her family left Germany and moved to England in to escape Hitler. Those bombs are coming from Germany — the country that was once her own.


I tried the third book in the series but couldn’t even get pass the second chapter! I started it ages ago, but went through a dry spell when it came to reading and put it down. Her parents are as impractical as ever, and Anna has to vatalla up fast and find a job to cover at least her own expenses. I had started looking up my favorite old children’s authors and found out that there were not just one but two sequels to one of my favorite books from y inglatedra – When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit.

This book takes place few years after inglqterra first book has ended, effectively moves the main character, Anna, from one age bracket into the next. Meanwhile her parents live in genteel poverty struggling to cope in a world where their language, skills and former status are of no use. Another is that if I had not lived through them I would never have known what it felt like. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. In the first book Anna says she will never feel like a refugee as long as she is with her family, then at the start of this book you immediately find out that she is no longer living with them which is quite interesting.

If Hitler invades, can she and her beloved refugee family possib It is hard enough being a teenager in London during the Blitz, finding yourself in love and wondering every night whether you will survive the bombs.

But other than that, a good book.

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