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Product description

A tender and beautifully evoked story which sweeps readers back into the Second World War era. When the war thrusts scrawny evacuee Willie Beech into the care of a gruff old man, an unlikely bond flourishes between them. But as Willie enjoys his first ever taste of kindness, suddenly his happiness is under threat again… This heartwarming classic sets universal human themes against a stunning and memorable wartime backdrop.

”... a marvellous story that knows just how to grab the emotions.” Guardian

Product Details

Catalogue number

2773 in Schools Catalogue 2024–25, 673 in ROW Primary May 2024 and 2445 in Education Catalogue 2023–24

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780141354804

Publisher

Puffin

Date published

July 3rd, 2014

Lexile measure

760L

Other details

  • 384 pages

Condition

New

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Reviews

  1. Abdal
    on 8 March 2024

    Great

    Great

  2. Melinda
    on 15 April 2015

    Great

    This is a classic - I love this book!

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  1. Ravenclawcat
    on 10 March 2017

    Only just watched the film!!! wonder if the book is as good!!!

  2. ray27
    on 12 April 2015

    I am really enjoying the book It also helps with my school work too I am still reading this book

    5 out of 5
  3. TURQ0153
    on 2 April 2015

    Reading Goodnight Mister Tom was very emotional also seeing the film drew me more closer to the feeling which the author must of put into the book I loved it and the description is magnificent really helpful for English.

    4 out of 5
  4. iamgirlhearmeroar
    on 10 March 2015

    I really enjoyed this book when I read it, though it may not be my first to read again.

    4 out of 5
  5. mazzkh
    on 22 February 2015

    I think this book is very emotional and you can very easily feel empathetic towards the young boy in the story who has been evacuated to the country. It seems he hasn’t had a very nice life so far with his mother and when he returns home, it doesn’t get any better. Overall i think Goodnight Mister Tom is a very heartwarming and emotional story that will leave you in tears.