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Wave Me Goodbye

By Jacqueline Wilson | Paperback | 1 Review(s)

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September, 1939. As the Second World War begins, ten-year-old Shirley is sent away on a train with her schoolmates. She doesn't know where she's going, or what's going to happen to her when she gets there. All she has been told is that she's going on 'a little holiday'.Shirley is billeted in the... read more

Format
Paperback
Release Date
15 May 2017
Author(s)
Jacqueline Wilson
Publisher
Random House Children's Publishers UK
ISBN-13
9780857535177
Dimensions
153mm x 216mm x 32mm
Pages
464
Format
Paperback
Release Date
15 May 2017
Author(s)
Jacqueline Wilson
Publisher
Random House Children's Publishers UK
ISBN-13
9780857535177
Dimensions
153mm x 216mm x 32mm
Pages
464

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18 May 2017

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Newest from bestselling and children’s favourite Jacqueline Wilson – from her historical fiction series. Set in wartime London and the experience of being a ‘government evacuation child’ moved to safer country areas.
Shirley is ten years old and far from all that is familiar to her. Separated from her Mum and Dad in uncertain times, Shirley is housed with two other boys from East End London.
Mrs Waverley takes them into her home – she’s mysterious and reclusive and will change their lives forever. A story of friendship, loss and bravery.

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