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By Morris Gleitzman | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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1946. Europe is in ruins. Millions of people dream of finding happiness somewhere else. Fourteen year old Felix is one of them. When he's offered a journey to Australia, he seizes the opportunity. So does someone very dear to him, even though she wasn't actually invited. They have high hopes for... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
28 Aug 2017
Author(s)
Morris Gleitzman
Publisher
Penguin Books Australia
ISBN-13
9780670079377
Dimensions
136mm x 217mm x 23mm
Pages
240
Format
Paperback
Release Date
28 Aug 2017
Author(s)
Morris Gleitzman
Publisher
Penguin Books Australia
ISBN-13
9780670079377
Dimensions
136mm x 217mm x 23mm
Pages
240

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06 Sep 2017

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Maybe

Sixth in the powerful series featuring the life of Felix. Hugely popular and a 'family of stories' that has stood the test of time – there's always a new child to discover the stories of Once, Then, Now, After and Soon. Morris intends to write seven books and then he declares Felix's stories will be well and truly told. His imaginative stories try to convey the unimaginable time in history – World War Two. His focus is on the Holocaust and Maybe starts in 1946.
“Maybe it won't happen. Maybe everything will be fine. Maybe I should just stop thinking about the bad things and concentrate on the good things. Like this beautiful countryside we're walking through. Birds chirping and butterflies fluttering and not a single one of them being blown up...”

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