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This book is really good. I think it is really emotinal and it makes you think about the 1000’s of people who lost their lives during WW1. Michael Morpurgo portrayed being a WWW1 soldier brilliantly.
7 February 2010
This book is an emotional tale of two young brothers and their relationship throughout their childhood. I would definately recomend this book to children aged 10+. Any younger than that and it will be a bit too complicated!
22 January 2010
This is one of the best books ever! It has everything: humour, sadness, love, fighting and regret. For everyone who has ever hurt and wanted to be in the war (you probably won’t after reading it, though!) But this book is BRILL!
3 January 2010
9 December 2009
WOW!!! this book is amazing! it’s written so well and it’s emotional and just a book i would recommend!
1 December 2009
This is a brilliant book, i have read it twice and planning on to read it again!
8 November 2009
This book was one of the deepest and saddest books I’ve ever read. I nearly cried at the end! Michael Morpurgo wrote this book really well and he made me feel sorry for the main character. I’d recommend this to anyone with a small bit of knowledge about WW2 and someone who is 10+ would probably find this the most interesting.
12 October 2009
This book, as you can see from my profile, is my favorite book, along with Born to Run, both by Michael Morpurgo. I’m not the only person that likes it, as it is the winner of the Blue Peter Book Award. Private Peaceful is a book about a boy called Thomas Peaceful, and other members of his family like Charlie Peaceful. They go everywhere together, but when Thomas starts school, they get split up.
11 September 2009
I had to read this for a school book, it was really good but quite upsetting when… well, read it and you’ll find out!
9 September 2009
His book is about a boy called tommo who is looking over his child hood life of him and his brother in world war two battle field.
31 August 2009
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