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Some things are impossible, surely. Like making a Nazi who wants to kill you (and has toothache) laugh. Or staying hopeful when your entire family is murdered. Or making a story about the Holocaust sweet and funny. Except, hang on – when a master storyteller like Morris Gleitzman gets involved, anything can happen. This World War Two saga is the story of Felix: a kid who never loses faith in goodness. He’s basically a walking ray of sunshine, and even a terrible war can’t extinguish that. Well, not quite. Which makes this a particularly moving and unusual look at the war, seen through Felix’s trusting eyes.

  • A war story which spans from the Holocaust to the present day
  • Captures a young boy’s hope and resilience in the face of horror
  • One of the most touching and heartbreaking series you will ever read
  • Morris Gleitzman is one of Australia’s biggest children’s authors

This pack contains mature themes more suitable for older readers.

Product Details

Catalogue number

56 in ROW Teen May 2018

Format

Paperback

Date published

November 2nd, 2017

Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Morris Gleitzman

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