Barrington Stoke Fiction: Anzac Boys
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A gripping and touching First World War story. Bert and his little brother Frank are orphans. They want to stay together. But tragedy strikes when the boys are sent to the other side of the world. Bert ends up in Australia and Frank in New Zealand. Years pass with all contact lost. As the Great War dawns, the Anzacs send their soldiers to fight in Europe. Will the brothers reunite on the battlefield, amid the bombs and bullets? This short book is great for any kid, but it has extra help for kids who find reading tough. Tell all your friends (especially the dyslexic ones) about it!
- A gripping quick read by top author Tony Bradman
- Built-in dyslexia support and help for struggling readers
- Printed on cream paper with lots of illustrations
Interest age 8-12. Reading age 8.
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