All reviews for Carrie's War

  1. loved it

    i love this book i am reading it at school. (:

    7 January 2012

  2. This book was sad. It described the war and troubles people faced at that time well. I read it as part of a group in English. It was an exilent read for me.

    29 September 2011

  3. I really really like this book in school we had 2 read it we were learning about Carries WAR! It’s really really good we also watched the movie I got SCARED! When Carrie has 2 go back home she looks out the window in the train and Druids bottom that house was on fire and she started 2 SCREAM! Out so loud I find that UPSETTING!I also recommend this book and I give it 4 stars out of 5 (4/5) xoxo,

    7 June 2011

  4. So good. I would recommend. Everything was fab.

    16 January 2011

  5. loved it

    its really good so far!!!!!!!!!!! :-)

    6 November 2010

  6. I have not read this book but some people have said it is good some people are saying it is bad. Once I’ve read it I will decide hopefully. I might not even finish it i’m reading so many other books I’m a total book worm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’M IN THE WORLD OF BOOKS!!!!!!!!!!!!

    17 May 2010

  7. liked it

    Carrie’s War is a good book. It is a bit spooky though. It is a very good portrayal of WWII. I would also recomenned other Nina Bawden’s.

    29 April 2010

  8. liked it

    This book is great. Its a great story line and has a great ending. I would recommed this to the ages of 10-12 years.

    22 April 2010

  9. loved it

    Carrie’s war is a emotional, funny, sad, happy, fantastically written book! It has so many things that you want a book to have. Although it is a bit old-fashioned, Carrie’s war is the perfect example of a book well written.

    20 April 2010

  10. loved it

    “Nick was frightened of ogres and spiders and crabs and cold water and the dentist and dark nights, but he wasn’t afraid of Mr Evans, even after that first dreadful night, because Mr Evans had false teeth that clicked when he talked.”

    Bombs are falling on London when Carrie and Nick are sent away. Wartime evacuees billeted in Wales, they stay with bullying old Mr Evans and his timid mouse of a sister. Their friend Albert is luckier, living in Druid’s Bottom with Hepzibah Green and the strange Mr Johnny. But the old house is tainted by the Screaming Skull’s ancient curse. And when Carrie does a terrible thing, will it haunt them all forever? but…...................

    13 October 2009